Microsoft indicated today that it has released a "public paid preview" of its Windows Azure Backup service.
SQL Server 2000 is at the end of its product lifecycle and will lose its "extended support" from Microsoft on Tuesday, April 9.
Microsoft's so-called "extended support" phase for Office for Mac 2008 is set to end on Tuesday, April 9.
Traditional PC shipments will continue to decline over the next four years, even as global shipments increase for mobile phones, tablets and "ultramobile" devices, according to new first-quarter data announced today by Gartner Inc.
Microsoft today released Cumulative Update 1 for Exchange 2013, enabling coexistence with older servers.
Microsoft released two editions of its Windows Embedded 8 Industry product today.
Forrester Research is seeing a flagging interest in virtual desktop infrastructure deployments by IT organizations.
Google on Thursday declared an "open patent non-assertion pledge."
A Linux developer group in Spain has kicked the "secure boot" controversy upward to the European Commission.
Microsoft has started selling the use of its Global Service Monitor service for tracking Web site performance.
Most IT administrators consider their jobs to be stressful, according to an industry survey.
Microsoft today released patent information in a searchable form as part of a transparency pledge.
Some users updating their Mail, Calendar and People apps on Windows 8 and Windows RT systems seem to be having synchronization problems with various Google Apps.
Three universities have started using Office 365, Microsoft's bundle of cloud-supported services.
A cumulative update designed to enable Exchange 2013 coexistence with Exchange 2010 is set for April 2 delivery.
Microsoft confirmed today that it has an internal plan, code-named "Blue," that will set the pace for the company's products in the near future.
A Mail security update for Windows 8 and Windows RT systems was released today.
Microsoft's Build conference for developers will be returning this summer.
- By Michael Desmond
Microsoft's Xbox gaming consoles do not infringe a patent held by Google, a judge for the ITC indicated on Friday.
The rumored "Windows Blue" update wave is getting a bit more solid.
- By Scott Bekker