Microsoft may have some unpleasant surprises for organizations that license its software, starting next year.
Microsoft has received federal antitrust regulator approval for its proposed $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's handset business.
An update to Windows 8.1 could arrive this spring, while a wave of new Microsoft product releases could be planned for the spring of 2015.
While the candidate field has been whittled down, the search for Ballmer's replacement may stretch into the new year.
If you're hoping to stuff someone's stockings with a Surface 2, you're going to have to pay full price.
Nearly four years after launching Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud service remains stuck in the shadows of Amazon Web Services.
Securely share documents in the cloud using the latest version of Microsoft's flagship collaboration and content management system.
The new version sports a new interface to help IT troubleshoot from the field using iOS and Android devices.
Denny's SQL Secrets
Microsoft SQL Server MVP Denny Cherry breaks down multiple ways on how to troubleshoot a type -2 blocking session ID error.
Microsoft's decision to have SkyDrive's auto sync functions enabled as default and the lack of sync customization could lead to major headaches for IT.
Not knowing how many licenses for a particular product you would need in the future is just one of the many reasons why you should go the lease route.
Microsoft announced a few details this week about its coming Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2013.
Microsoft ratcheted up its Windows Azure offerings this week, with some services reaching commercial-grade status, while others were released as "previews" for testing.
Microsoft on Thursday announced that Office 365 Message Encryption -- a service that will encrypt e-mails being sent to an outside source -- will go live early next year.
A faulty management server outside Microsoft's cloud service triggered the latest outage, though lasting impact appears minimal.