Nokia announced on Tuesday that its shareholders overwhelmingly approved Microsoft's purchase of "substantially all" of its devices and services business.
Microsoft today released an app that would let Windows Phone 8 users remotely launch, control and interact with Office 2013 files in a presentation setting.
Microsoft announced late last week that it is now offering its Rights Management Service commercially.
Microsoft today warned of a problem with using the Storage Spaces feature of Windows Server 2012 R2 when used with Windows Azure.
Microsoft plans to roll out a new volume licensing offering next month.
Microsoft this week released a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) 8.1 update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1.
SUSE announced a solution this week that lets IT pros manage Linux servers from Microsoft's System Center management suite.
Microsoft on Tuesday released an update that will disable the compromised RC4 stream cipher on Windows systems.
A beta test version of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 9.0 was released this week.
According to figures released today by research firm IDC, worldwide shipments of Windows Phone devices increased 156 percent year-over-year for the third quarter.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 11 browser supports the latest Transport Layer Security standard by default.
Microsoft is delivering most of the improvements to its Office Web Apps that it promised back in June.
Microsoft released Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 systems today.
Cisco today kicked off its "applications centric infrastructure" alternative to software-defined networking.
Google announced on Tuesday that it has ended integration work with Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 browser.
According to Microsoft, Dynamics AX 2012 R3, its upcoming enterprise resource planning (ERP) product update, is scheduled to arrive in April 2014.
One way to negotiate Microsoft Office 365 contracts is to evaluate competitive offerings, according to Gartner Inc.
Microsoft today rolled out a preview of an import/export service for Windows Azure.
Google is getting sued by the consortium of companies that bought Nortel's intellectual property two years ago.
The declining global market share of Windows XP seems to have stabilized in October.
- By Scott Bekker