Microsoft announced the release of Application Request Router 3.0 late last week.
Microsoft has improved its SkyDrive cloud-based storage and collaboration resource, but it also will be dropping the SkyDrive name following a legal dispute.
Microsoft today released Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview and described its features.
Microsoft released a new build of Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 2 on Monday.
Organizations may want to consider using Chromebooks, according to a new study.
A petition requesting that Microsoft restore its TechNet program for IT professionals has generated more than 7,000 responses in support.
A recent post on the Dynamics CRM blog may have narrowed the timeframe for the launch of Dynamics CRM 2013 down to a possible date in October.
Microsoft this week released three more nonsecurity updates to Windows 8.1 Preview.
The Federal Trade Commission this week issued a modified final order regarding Google's standard-essential patents licensing practices.
Microsoft today released a "developer preview" of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7.
Microsoft on Wednesday reiterated its support for Linux server operating systems with its emerging R2 products.
Microsoft today announced Service Pack 2 for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.
Microsoft rolled out an enhanced Windows Azure today, and separately offered a "preview" test release of its Windows Azure SQL Database Premium service offering.
Microsoft slipped to third place in a study of the world's top technology companies.
Microsoft appears to be quietly carrying out a faster update process with its Windows 8.1 Preview and Windows RT 8.1 Preview operating systems.
Microsoft this week released Outlook Web Apps for Apple mobile devices.
Microsoft missed market expectations in its fourth-quarter 2013 earnings report, despite rising revenues.
Microsoft on Wednesday suggested that newer versions of Exchange and Exchange Online are now so secure that it's less necessary to check for unauthorized users.
Microsoft is now allowing service providers to use Remote Desktop Services (RDS) on Windows Azure as part of their service offerings.
Microsoft has dropped the price for all of its consumer-oriented productivity tablets running Windows RT by $150.
- By Scott Bekker