A beta of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 8.0 was released this week.
According to Microsoft's security update advance notification for November, there will be four "critical," one "important" and one "moderate" bulletin items released this coming Tuesday.
Microsoft's announced today that its Skype team has opened its online networking platform for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to the public.
Microsoft today announced the availability of a beta test version of BizTalk Server 2013.
Verizon today rolled out unified communications management services for large enterprises in conjunction with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of the first new service pack for SQL Server 2012, along with other improvements to come.
Microsoft is folding its consumer Messenger instant messaging service into its Skype voice-over-IP service.
AMD on Monday unveiled its newest Opteron 6300 Series processors, on top of its plans to adopt the ARM platform for servers.
Microsoft is readying its Q4 service update to Dynamics CRM Online, with the update expected to roll out in mid-December.
Windows Server 2012 Essentials hit "general availability" on Thursday, but those looking for new server products likely will have to wait.
It's official -- well, sort of. Microsoft has formally changed the "Metro" name used to describe a user interface and an app style for Windows 8 to a new name, "Windows Store app."
The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2012 suite of enterprise tools has arrived.
Microsoft on Monday announced that "the new Office" will be arriving preinstalled on all Windows Phone 8 devices.
Microsoft Office 2013 and 2013-branded Microsoft application servers are now available to volume licensees.
Microsoft's annual Build event rolled out new Windows Phone 8 developer tools plus Windows 8 pep talks for developers.
- By Kathleen Richards
A new management tool from Browsium aims to give IT pros greater control in a mixed-up multibrowser world.
Organizations are underestimating the costs and personnel requirements for maintaining SharePoint, according to a recent industry-sponsored survey.
Microsoft said that it is confident that businesses will be open to the idea of integrating recently released Windows 8 devices in their companies.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft has officially launched the next piece in its Windows 8 picture Monday with a Windows Phone 8 event in San Francisco.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft and its partner have enhanced Hadoop "big data" capabilities for Windows.