The worldwide PC market is expected to remain mostly flat over the next four years after suffering a large decrease in 2013.
Consumer users still using Windows XP will have access to a free data migration tool coming later this week.
Microsoft's first update to Windows 8.1 has already hit "release-to-manufacturing" status, according to reports.
Microsoft described Dynamics product releases expected this year during the keynote talk at Convergence today.
Microsoft won't ship new releases of Exchange Server or SharePoint Server until sometime next year, the company indicated today.
Microsoft announced today that OneDrive for Business will be available next month as a "standalone" service offering.
Microsoft outlined some themes to expect at its SharePoint Conference, which is kicking off this week.
Microsoft currently has more than 10,000 Windows Intune customers, according to VP Brad Anderson.
Microsoft provided a few technical details today about its upcoming OneDrive for Business releases.
Microsoft has implemented the S/MIME e-mail security standard across its hosted and server-based Exchange products, the company announced this month.
Organizations mostly expect to save on travel, teleconferencing and meeting expenses by adopting Microsoft's Lync unified communications solution, according to a recent survey conducted on behalf of Dell.
According to ICD's latest smartphone market projections, the Windows Phone platform will have the fastest-growing market share over the next four years.
Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 last week with little or no publicity.
Microsoft's Devices and Studios Group Head Julie Larson-Green will move to a different division at the company once former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop rejoins Microsoft.
Microsoft plans to release updates to Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 sometime this spring.
Microsoft announced that a number of new partners, including Foxconn, are joining the Windows Phone hardware scene.
Microsoft announced a bunch of Windows Azure management improvements on Thursday.
Microsoft has changed the name of its Office Web Apps.
An Office 365 service that lets IT pros set the conditions for message encryption is now commercially available.
Microsoft gave assurances this week that it isn't abandoning Service Manager as part of its System Center management suite.