Microsoft added multifactor authentication support to its Office 365 solutions this week.
As Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia continues to move forward, the smartphone maker is reportedly planning to release an Android-based smartphone later this month.
Dell today announced hardware product support for Microsoft's "storage spaces" feature of Windows Server 2012 R2.
HP plans to do away with providing some free firmware updates and service packs to its ProLiant Server customers, starting on Feb. 19.
IT pros can't rely on past upgrade strategies when considering Windows 8.1, according to Gartner Inc.
Microsoft released Power BI for Office 365 today, indicating it's ready for production environments.
Costs appear to be going up for organizations with the launch of Microsoft's new Server and Cloud Enrollment agreements.
Sony announced today that the Japan-based consumer electronic corporation is exiting the PC market with plans to sell its line of VAIO PCs.
The first open source tool for software-defined networks (SDNs) was released this week. The project was underwritten by the Linux Foundation.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft has tapped Corporate Vice President Scott Guthrie to replace Satya Nadella as the head of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise group.
Microsoft's next update to Windows 8.1 may arrive in April instead of next month, according to a published account.
Microsoft announced an expansion of its U.S. school device discount program today.
The decline of Windows XP hit a snag last month, according to Web stats.
- By Scott Bekker
Access apps have reached Microsoft's "general availability" milestone.
Newly named Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella laid out the company's vision today in a speech before customers, partners and Microsoft employees.
Microsoft is rumored to be planning an "enterprise mode for IE" feature for Internet Explorer 11 to address compatibility issues faced by organizations.
Microsoft announced a couple of high-performance computing enhancements this month.
InfoPath will make way for a future "Office forms" technology.
Lenovo will pay approximately $2.91 billion for the Motorola Mobility smartphone business owned by Google.
- By Scott Bekker
An update to Microsoft's Windows Intune cloud-based management service will appear sometime next week.