Microsoft announced the availability of its Windows Intune PC management and security service today.
Microsoft today announced that it is launching a new long-term subscription licensing program for academic institutions.
Mary-Jo Foley takes you inside the metrics Microsoft uses to judge itself.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft sees next-generation thin clients making a comeback in the enterprise based on its Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system.
A Microsoft official briefly noted on Thursday that Microsoft is planning two new options for IT organizations using Windows 7 -- but the catch is that Software Assurance (SA) licensing needs to be in place.
Microsoft Wednesday released Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to its equipment manufacturing partners.
Two entries in this month's security update, released Tuesday, blocks Windows 7 users from connecting to VMware's View Connection Servers, according to a VMware security bulletin.
Microsoft mostly beat financial analyst expectations in its fiscal second quarter, reporting overall earnings of $19.9 billion.
Brad Brooks, a Microsoft executive who helped promote Windows 7 to consumers, has signed up for a new marketing role at Juniper Networks.
There are a handful of specialized tools that make large-scale Windows 7 deployment much easier than with previous versions. Here's how to use them.
- By Joshua Hoffman
It's more than the legitimate concerns about cost, compatibility and execution -- it comes down to the role of the operating system itself.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft on Monday announced that it had rolled out two "new" security baselines for use with its Security Compliance Management tool, plus new setting packs for Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8.
One year after formally releasing its Windows 7 desktop operating system, Microsoft is making note that adoption among enterprises is exceeding expectations.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The release candidate version of Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 can now be downloaded.
An industry-sponsored survey of IT professionals found that just four percent have deployed Microsoft Office 2010, although interest remains high in the productivity suite.