Microsoft's TechEd kicks off today, but some of its themes were presented earlier at the "Microsoft Cloud OS Workshop."
Microsoft unveiled SQL Server 2014 and said the new version is designed with "cloud-first principles" and featuring built-in, in-memory OLTP and a focus on real-time, Big Data-style analytics.
Microsoft's chief operating officer outlined Microsoft's cloud growth prospects, and other business matters, on Thursday.
The worldwide server market reached a new low in the first quarter, according to reports by IDC and Gartner.
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Microsoft talked more about Windows 8.1 today, confirming some previously rumored expectations.
Microsoft this week released Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3.
A study sponsored by Microsoft suggests that most businesses will be looking to the cloud in the next two years.
Microsoft has completed part of its Lync-to-Skype connectivity integration work.
IDC updated its five-year forecasts for the PC and tablet markets today.
Microsoft this week published an assessment of organizational IT security, based on its own survey tool.
Motorola Mobility has lost a patent infringement claim against Microsoft before the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Microsoft is expanding its Windows Azure service coverage in the Asia-Pacific region.
Microsoft on Monday released a standalone SkyDrive Pro sync client.
Hortonworks Data Platform for Windows was commercially released today.
Global research firm Forrester released a report citing that due to high levels of enterprises just now making the move to Windows 7 from Windows XP, Microsoft's latest OS will continue to go largely ignored.
Google this week sent a cease-and-desist letter to Microsoft this week that demanded the removal of the YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 over violations of Google's Terms of Service.
According to the latest figures from research firm Gartner, Microsoft's share of the smartphone market has not improved from last quarter.
Microsoft's Tami Reller confirmed that the upcoming Windows 8 update, code-named Windows "Blue" will be called Windows 8.1.
Microsoft this week explained a bit more about "update rollups" for Windows Server and Windows 8.
Microsoft's May Security Update arrived today with 10 bulletins, two of which related "critical," that are aimed at fixing 33 flaws in various Microsoft software products.