A Microsoft Research team this week offered a glimpse of the datacenter future using programmable chips.
Microsoft is planning to roll out a preview of its Azure machine learning service, called "Azure ML," next month.
Microsoft is retiring some of its SharePoint Online and Office Online plans by the end of this month.
Microsoft offered a workaround late last week for some Office 2013 users who got tripped up by the company's June Patch Tuesday release.
Microsoft's Power BI for Office 365 team fielded questions this week, offering a few hints about the next product release.
Microsoft has published a "prerelease" version of its Outlook Web App for Android at the Google Play store.
The worldwide IPv4 address shortage is affecting some U.S.-based Azure customers, Microsoft indicated this week.
Microsoft released SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2 this week.
Docker commercially released its open source application containerization solution, which is now supported on Microsoft Azure.
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Microsoft this week released a preview version of its Azure Active Directory Application Proxy service.
Yesterday was the install deadline for consumer users of Windows 8.1 to move to the Windows 8.1 Update.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to expand the current public folder limit for organizations subscribing to Exchange Online or using Exchange 2013 on premises.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser has lost its long-time U.S. market lead to Google Chrome, according to stats published today by Adobe Digital Index (ADI).
Microsoft has released yet another preview of its Remote Desktop App for Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft opened its Azure cloud computing services in southern Brazil today.
Google this week outlined a few efforts that may help to ensure greater e-mail security via its Gmail service.
Microsoft is adding the ability to collaborate using its Yammer social networking solution from within Office 365 document files.
Amazon is now offering access to Windows Server 2012 R2 virtual machines as part of its EC2 service.
Microsoft won't bring back the Start Menu to its flagship Windows operating system until next year, according to a report.
Yesterday Microsoft and Salesforce.com announced that they will be working together to integrate their core products with one another.