Microsoft announced on Friday that it has "launched" a custom portal technology for organizations called "Windows Apportals."
Microsoft announced this week that it is having problems with ISO releases of SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2.
Major engineering and organizational moves will be made by Microsoft over the next month, according to CEO Satya Nadella.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft now delivers its SharePoint Server cumulative update (CU) releases on a monthly basis.
Microsoft is planning changes to three of its Office 365 plans for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs), starting on Oct. 1.
Microsoft is adding improvements to its Azure Portal preview, which are expected to arrive next week.
Microsoft released a new "Online Services Terms" document this month that affects volume licensing customers using its hosted services.
According to market researcher Gartner, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is on course for a major growth spurt over the next four years.
Microsoft released a new "preview" test version of its Remote Desktop App for Windows Phone 8.1 last week.
Microsoft provided a somewhat more detailed public description of its Office 365 service outages that occurred earlier this week.
Microsoft released its Azure RemoteApp client for Windows RT devices this week.
Microsoft issued a notice today that it plans to no longer deliver its security alerts via e-mail, starting on July 1.
Google announced enterprise-grade improvements to some of its cloud-based services at its Google I/O event this week.
Microsoft this week issued an update to its Windows Update/Microsoft Update client that aims to strengthen security for certain Windows users.
Microsoft changed how Internet Explorer 11 handles password information on forms with the aim of giving users more control.
Microsoft on Monday held its second webcast on the benefits of using a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Microsoft had an Exchange Online service outage in the North American region that lasted most of the day on Tuesday, June 24.
Microsoft today unveiled plans to double the free storage in the OneDrive cloud storage platform, to increase OneDrive storage for consumer versions of Office 365 and to cut the price for purchasing additional storage.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft is attempting to make its Office 365 software release changes more visible and predictable for organizations.
Los Angeles County has contracted with Microsoft Consulting Services to support more than 100,000 public-sector employees in the county using Office 365 services.