Microsoft clarified today that Thursday, February 28 will be the last day to get and use a promotional code for a Windows 8 Pro upgrade.
Hortonworks has released a beta of its Data Platform 1.1 for Hadoop workloads on Windows.
Apple's release of iOS 6.1.2 last week seems to have unleashed problems for some device users.
Microsoft says its Windows Azure cloud storage service is 99 percent available the day after massive worldwide outage.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft confirms an expired SSL certificate brought down its Windows Azure storage service worldwide today.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Apple issued an iOS update on Tuesday to fix a calendar bug that was overloading Microsoft Exchange 2010.
Microsoft this week issued Service Pack 3 for its Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 (UAG 2010) product, adding support for newer Microsoft client and server solutions.
Yammer is apparently doing fine about eight months after Microsoft announced the company's acquisition.
Microsoft announced a few firsts during an opening keynote talk at its Lync 2013 Conference in San Diego on Tuesday.
Microsoft this week clarified an issue about its new Office products for consumers and small business users.
Microsoft has just completed the first milestone build (M2) of rumored "Windows Blue."
The load balancing requirements for Lync 2013 will be quite similar to those of Microsoft's previous-generation server for unified communications.
The built-in security capabilities of Windows 8 devices could simplify matters for IT organizations considering BYOD scenarios.
An Exchange 2010 overload problem that started to occur after Apple released iOS 6.1 continues to go unfixed.
The Windows 8 ecosystem is still evolving, according to Microsoft's chief financial officer.
February's Microsoft Security Update arrived today with a larger-than-usual 12 bulletins -- five rated "critical" and seven "important."
Microsoft's Mesh file synchronization service for consumers will come to an end on Wednesday.
Microsoft released Service Pack 3 for Exchange 2010 today.
According to Harris Interactive's annual survey measuring the reputations of the most visible companies in the United States, Microsoft has fallen off the top 10 while Amazon.com, Apple and Google are among the top five.
Microsoft today announced a major procedural shift in how it will distribute updates to Exchange 2013.