Microsoft today announced the general availability of System Center 2012 Service Pack 1, plus a new Windows Intune service update release and Windows Azure improvements.
The Enterprise Strategy Group described Windows Server 2012 as a "no brainer" for businesses to deploy.
It's now a little easier to deploy open source software to Microsoft's cloud-based Windows Azure operating system.
Latest beta aims to ease management tasks tapping Microsoft services.
The new Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5 is optimized for hybrid cloud environments and provides flexible application support.
Google announced late last week that is getting rid of some features in its software-as-a-service applications that are associated with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
Gregoire's installation as CEO suggests that CA will be accelerating its cloud initiatives.
Businesses signing up for Google Apps can no longer use it for free, Google announced last week.
Acquisition aimed at ensuring Citrix's role as provider of enterprise mobility solutions.
Paul Maritz will lead the new business unit, currently dubbed Pivotal, that will provide common entity for developing apps on VMware's PaaS offerings.
We can't make users happy when we insist that every IT service comes straight from our own datacenter. Now's the time to start thinking of new ways to manage IT.
The company has plans to grow its cloud infrastructure services at a speed that will have old guard technologies playing catchup for years.
Microsoft announced today that Windows Azure's federation capabilities now support single sign-on capabilities in conjunction with the use of Active Directory on Windows Server.
The vulnerability only affects client-side users.
Kicking off its first-ever partner and customer conference on Wednesday, Amazon launched a cloud-based data warehousing service called Redshift.
Microsoft hosting partner Layered Tech launched a cloud-based Microsoft Dynamics offering for U.S. government agencies earlier this month.
Microsoft today completed its acquisition of StorSimple, which was first announced last month.
Microsoft makes case for cloud-first as it showcases SharePoint 2013, SharePoint online upgrades to its Office 365 service this week at SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas.