Company praises IT pros, while shifting their roles with Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft is working on a hotfix for a client log-in problem that can occur in the process of migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Cofounder and former CEO of Yammer David Sacks announced yesterday that he's leaving Microsoft.
Great Britain's government this week adopted HTML, PDF and ODF for documents, but not Microsoft's OOXML.
Microsoft expanded its high-bandwidth ExpressRoute service into seven cities.
Microsoft reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings today, missing earnings per share expectations by about $0.05 but beating overall revenue expectations.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to roll out a new event next year for IT pros that appears to replace TechEd and more specialized conferences that the company has hosted for years.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it has fixed a problem with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2 that may have affected some of its TechNet or MSDN subscribers.
Media reports on Monday pointed to a possible confirmation of a rumored Windows 8.1 Update 2 release, coming next month.
Microsoft added some basic functionality to its new Azure RemoteApp service this week.
Microsoft announced some new "milestones" this week regarding its emerging licensing program for midsize organizations.
Stephen Elop provided his take on the recently announced 18,000 planned cuts to Microsoft's workforce, saying the cuts are a move to realign Nokia's goals to focus on Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Day 3 keynote talk at its Worldwide Partner Conference offered a recap on where Microsoft is taking its Windows and Windows Phone operating system platforms.
Microsoft has increased the public folder hierarchy limits of its Exchange Online service for Office 365 customers.
Cisco and Microsoft announced yesterday of a new cloud partnership in a document titled "Cisco Doubles Down on Data Center with Microsoft."
Oracle released its quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) on Tuesday with 113 security flaw fixes for multiple Oracle products, including 20 for Java Standard Edition (Java SE).
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Microsoft may be preparing to execute its biggest job cuts to date, according to press accounts.
Microsoft's operating system market position has slipped to 14 percent worldwide, when mobile devices are included in the estimate.
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.