Microsoft released its Azure Active Directory Sync Services tool on Monday, with little fanfare.
Microsoft today began offering a new Azure Active Directory Basic licensing option.
More than four months after Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP, Windows 8 has finally overtaken the unsupported OS, according to Web site analytics firm StatCounter.
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Microsoft will hold a press event on Sept. 30 to describe its next Windows release, code-named "Threshold."
Microsoft announced a couple of Azure management improvements this week.
Microsoft announced a few OneDrive cloud-based storage service improvements today.
Microsoft gave notice this week that it's planning to update its Office 365 certificates later this month, and the update could affect some hybrid Exchange deployments.
A media report released today alleges that Microsoft plans to drop the names "Windows Phone" and "Nokia" on its mobile devices by the end of the year.
Microsoft offered some helpful hints this month for IT pros who still want to test Office 365 updates before rolling them out to end users.
Microsoft today began rolling out its new Delve social networking search-and-discovery app to certain Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft this month enabled a "shared computer activation" feature for business subscribers to its Office 365 productivity suite solutions.
Microsoft has kicked off a limited-time Office 356 promotional offer this month, but it's just for new customers.
Microsoft on Tuesday added the Software Assurance licensing option to its new Product and Services Agreement for midsize customers.
Microsoft released Cumulative Update 6 for Exchange Server 2013 late last month, but it isn't problem free.
Microsoft issued a hotfix late last month for a log-in problem that has affected some organizations moving from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Microsoft's rumored "Windows 9" next-generation operating system might kick off a more regular update release cycle from Microsoft.
Microsoft's new faster software release cycles have affected its product lifecycle support polices as well, in unusual ways.
Microsoft has an evolving plan to help organizations address their legacy Internet Explorer support problems, but it only goes so far.
Microsoft announced a few Azure improvements today that may be of interest for data analysts or developers needing to connect applications to databases or search services.
Microsoft is on its way toward enabling full automation of Azure tasks via PowerShell workflow scripts.