Microsoft released a new antimalware solution for its various Azure services, including Virtual Machines.
Microsoft released new Outlook for Mac software for its Office 365 subscribers today, and announced future roadmap details for Office for Mac.
Microsoft is contributing to the Open Compute Project's second-generation Open CloudService specification.
Microsoft plans to expand the backward compatibility options enabled by the Enterprise Mode feature in Internet Explorer 11, starting next month.
Microsoft this week announced the creation of a new cloud-enabled health platform to support apps and devices.
The Worldwide Web Consortium published HTML5 as a Recommendation this week.
Microsoft gave notice today that it will disable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 support in its Internet Explorer browser and in its Online Services, starting on Dec. 1, 2014.
Microsoft today announced some forthcoming Office 365 management and security improvements, including data loss protection (DLP) and mobile device management (MDM) controls.
Retail sales of consumer editions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 are coming to an end this Friday.
Microsoft has announced that it is delivering "unlimited" OneDrive cloud-based storage for all of its Office 365 subscribers, starting as early as today
Microsoft late last week released an experimental solution for maintaining Exchange Server 2013 configurations.
Amazon Web Services has released a new cloud-based identity management solution this week.
Microsoft reported positive results from its fiscal first quarter, exceeding the revenue and earnings-per-share estimates of financial analysts.
Microsoft plans to step up its security and identity management controls with its next-generation Windows 10 operating system.
Microsoft is offering more guidance regarding a Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 security flaw.
Microsoft has released its first new public build of its Windows 10 technical preview.
Microsoft made several announcements at a press event today about its cloud products, including a new partnership with Dell.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft has a program that pays for Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) technical support costs.
IBM announced today that it will be paying $1.5 billion to semiconductor manufacturer Globalfoundries to take over its struggling chip business.
Microsoft has killed off a few SharePoint Online features.