Microsoft is accelerating the product update process for its Endpoint Protection security solutions.
Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella talked company strategy today, along with announcing some new products, including Office for iPad and new licensing for organizations managing mobile devices.
Despite continual weak worldwide PC demand, total shipments of computing devices are on the rise this year due to the popularity of tablets.
Some IT technologies are gaining traction more than others in organizations, according to a Computer Economics study.
Microsoft and Dell announced a patent licensing agreement on Wednesday.
Microsoft has launched its Windows Azure cloud computing service in China.
Instead of the projected closing window of late March, Microsoft's $7 billion acquisition of Nokia's device segment may not be finalized until sometime in April due to a regulatory holdup.
It's official. Microsoft is swapping out the Windows Azure name and plans to start calling it "Microsoft Azure" next month.
Source code for Microsoft's MS-DOS and Word for Windows programs is now publicly available via the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif.
Microsoft offered some security tips today for individuals and organizations that plan to continue to use Windows XP after April 8.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint details this week, with some good and some bad news.
Service provider denials that they knew of broad access to customer data by the U.S. National Security Agency appear to have been contradicted by an attorney for that agency.
Mozilla's decision to halt its Firefox browser development for Windows 8.1 may be due, in part, to a confusing OS feature.
Microsoft released a software tool today for testing virtual desktop infrastructure scenarios using its Remote Desktop Services protocol.
SQL Server 2014 hit its "release-to-manufacturing" milestone today, with Microsoft projecting an April 1 commercial release.
Microsoft today released a version of its Surface 2 tablet with mobile LTE support on AT&T's 4G network for $130 more than its Wi-Fi-only Surface 2 model.
A Mac version of OneNote, Microsoft's note-taking software, was released today.
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Mozilla last week announced that it has stopped Firefox browser production for Windows 8.
The U.S. government announced today that it will privatize Internet domain-name assignment and management operations that are currently handled by a contracted organization.
The tale of Microsoft's relationship with bookseller Barnes & Noble got a new twist this week, as details about a new reader app surface.