Microsoft has released "previews" this week of two Microsoft Azure Active Directory synchronization features.
Microsoft has released Script Browser 1.0, an add-in search tool that works with PowerShell's integrated scripting environment.
Microsoft announced an Android intellectual property licensing deal today with Motorola Solutions Inc.
Microsoft executives Brad Anderson and Mark Russinovich talked up the case for Microsoft Azure and the hybrid cloud this week.
Microsoft reportedly has lowered the ceiling price for its Windows XP "custom support."
Microsoft today announced that it has resumed distributing its Windows 8.1 Update through Windows Server Update Services, and it relaxed a 60-day deadline for organizations to install it.
In addition to the recently released SQL Server 2014, Microsoft announced two new data platform products at an event in San Francisco today, the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service and the Analytics Platform System.
Microsoft today released a "preview" of a new Automation feature for managing Microsoft Azure workloads.
Microsoft released on Tuesday the new "Personal" edition of Office 365.
Microsoft has updated its free Office Online suite of Web applications.
Microsoft today released its updates to Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry at its Volume License Service Center.
Adaptiva has updated its flagship product to facilitate Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 client migrations.
One of the features that IT pros will see this week with Microsoft's newly updated Internet Explorer 11 browser will be a new "Enterprise Mode."
While global PC shipments continue to decline, the decrease was not as extreme as earlier analyst predictions for the first quarter of 2014.
EU bodies affirm that some services meet privacy standards.
Microsoft Azure (formerly known as "Windows Azure") will be getting additional support this summer from carrier partners Verizon and BT.
Today's April 8 date marks the end, not just for Windows XP, but for many other Microsoft software products as well.
Microsoft released updates today to Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, which would be unsurprising except for some strong language coming from Microsoft, warning of installation deadlines.
Microsoft released its update to Windows 8.1 today, which will begin arriving to devices at some point through the Windows Update service.
Microsoft has temporarily suspended the release of the new Windows 8.1 Update as delivered through some versions of Windows Server Update Services.