Microsoft announced price cuts to some of its Azure cloud services today.
Microsoft indicated today that it is starting to roll out a new Groups collaboration feature to its Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft announced a new virtual machine (VM) "D-Series" today that expands VM sizing options for organizations using Microsoft Azure cloud services.
Microsoft released its Azure Active Directory Sync Services tool on Monday, with little fanfare.
Microsoft today began offering a new Azure Active Directory Basic licensing option.
The tech company said it was fined $250,000 per day for not handing over requested user data.
Microsoft announced a couple of Azure management improvements this week.
Microsoft announced a few OneDrive cloud-based storage service improvements today.
Microsoft today began rolling out its new Delve social networking search-and-discovery app to certain Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft has kicked off a limited-time Office 356 promotional offer this month, but it's just for new customers.
Native third-party support tops the list.
Microsoft released Cumulative Update 6 for Exchange Server 2013 late last month, but it isn't problem free.
The new Microsoft Azure Active Directory puts more on-premises features into the cloud version and links to more than 1,200 Software as a Service (SaaS) apps.
Microsoft announced a few Azure improvements today that may be of interest for data analysts or developers needing to connect applications to databases or search services.
Microsoft is on its way toward enabling full automation of Azure tasks via PowerShell workflow scripts.
Microsoft announced a beta this week of a new setup tool for IT pros called "Azure Active Directory Connect."
The feature, part of Microsoft's Azure cloud service, makes it easy to create file shares in the public cloud.
Microsoft is among a number of new providers upsetting the status quo by offering software defined storage, cloud-based data protection, flash-based arrays and converged Web scale infrastructure.
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Nearly six months after taking over as the third CEO in Microsoft history, Satya Nadella has started putting his own stamp on the company.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Following with the rest of the company's new mission statement, the Office team has been focused on mobile, cloud and non-Windows platforms.
- By Mary Jo Foley