Microsoft will draw a line in the sand of sorts when it releases its new browser for Windows 10, which goes by the code name "Spartan."
Microsoft shared some details today about its upcoming Office releases.
Microsoft's Redmond, Wash. event today kicked off with an announcement that its Windows 10 operating system will be a free upgrade for some current Windows and Windows Phone users.
Microsoft announced today that it bought Equivio, a maker of electronic document discovery software tools.
Microsoft plans to tell us what we don't know about Windows 10 on January 21, but here's what's known so far.
Microsoft has advanced its Workplace Join support for devices running the Android operating system.
Microsoft added another recovery method that IT pros can try when they need to restore accidentally deleted Exchange Online mailboxes.
Microsoft has expanded its Migration Accelerator preview tool to handle Linux migrations to virtual machines on the Azure service.
Microsoft is centering its Intune and System Center Configuration Manager products on the mobility management capabilities of Windows 10.
Microsoft and Persistent Systems have rolled out an Azure Data Center Migration Solution 1.0 tool.
Microsoft is planning to unify the synchronization engine used with its OneDrive cloud storage service, but that move will bring a feature change for Windows 10 users.
Microsoft plans to disable Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 encryption support in its Azure Storage service next month.
Microsoft announced a preview today of a cloud-enabled security management service for IT pros and developers called "Azure Key Vault."
Microsoft announced this week that it has broadened the preview availability of its Office apps for Android tablets.
Microsoft announced a preview today of a new content tagging feature called "boards" for its Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft has added a data deduplication capability to its System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager product.
Microsoft plans to deliver .NET Framework 4.5.2, along with Language Packs, on "patch Tuesday" next week.
Microsoft may be planning to deliver a new Web browser with Windows 10, diverging somewhat from its traditional Internet Explorer product line.
Microsoft has confirmed that it plans to remove a Public Website feature from its SharePoint Online service offerings.
Microsoft's latest System Center Configuration Manager products now support managing Mac OS X 10.10 ("Yosemite") clients.