Microsoft released on Tuesday the new "Personal" edition of Office 365.
Microsoft today released a "preview" of a new Automation feature for managing Microsoft Azure workloads.
In addition to the recently released SQL Server 2014, Microsoft announced two new data platform products at an event in San Francisco today, the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service and the Analytics Platform System.
Microsoft has updated its free Office Online suite of Web applications.
EU bodies affirm that some services meet privacy standards.
Microsoft Azure (formerly known as "Windows Azure") will be getting additional support this summer from carrier partners Verizon and BT.
Here's some of the options IT has in tying their on-premise data storage with the cloud.
Microsoft plans to improve Outlook Web App e-mail experiences by adding two new features to its commercial Office 365 service offerings.
Microsoft has launched its Windows Azure cloud computing service in China.
It's official. Microsoft is swapping out the Windows Azure name and plans to start calling it "Microsoft Azure" next month.
Service provider denials that they knew of broad access to customer data by the U.S. National Security Agency appear to have been contradicted by an attorney for that agency.
Microsoft is planning to release an Office 365 Personal edition for consumers this spring.
Microsoft has a restriction on the number of public folders supported by Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Online.
Microsoft is paving the way for the use of alternative identity federation approaches.
Microsoft has rolled out a new custom schema extension capability for the Windows Azure Active Directory identity management service.
Microsoft announced today that OneDrive for Business will be available next month as a "standalone" service offering.
And the best part? No extra charge needed.
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.
In wake of last year's revelations of government surveillance, IT can protect files from prying eyes. When it comes to encryption, you're better protected when you hold the keys.