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.
Microsoft offered clarification about its patch process for SharePoint Server 2013 this week.
Microsoft's former CEO Steve Ballmer will no longer be a part of the company's board of directors.
Microsoft might be planning to release a "technology preview" test version of its next OS under development, possibly sometime this fall.
Internet performance degradations may occur this week and the next due to settings on some IPv4 routers that are used across the Internet.
While the overall smartphone market continues to grow on the back of Google and Apple's mobile platforms, others, including Windows Phone, are underperforming.
Should IT pros be making plans now for moving off Windows 7? The answer is, "Yes," according to Gartner Inc.
Chromebooks are mostly being used today in North American educational markets, but sales are set to triple by 2017, according to a new report from Gartner Inc.
The .NET Fundamentals team announced in a blog post last week that support for .NET Framework 4.5.1 and older will be ending in 2016.
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Microsoft's new security protection feature for Internet Explorer that blocks older installations of ActiveX will now start to take effect on Sept. 9, instead of the earlier announced Aug. 12 date, and it will only block Oracle Java ActiveX for now.
August 12 will be a big milestone day for IT pros managing Microsoft's latest Windows operating systems.
Microsoft wants organizations and individuals to use the latest Internet Explorer versions, so much so that it announced some new policy changes today.
So-called "Windows 9" rumors are continuing to flow this week.