Satya Nadella may have fallen short of convincing Marc Benioff to sell Salesforce.com to Microsoft earlier this year but the two rivals are extending their year-and-a-half-old strategic partnership.
- By John K. Waters
Expert James Staten explains why some organizations using cloud services may benefit from private Internet connections.
The deal looks to strengthen online protection of data across Microsoft's cloud services.
Microsoft today announced a GS-Series for organizations tapping Azure virtual machines (VMs).
The first hint of the new project comes from a job listing posted by the company.
Microsoft added a few more tools to its Azure Active Directory (AD) Privileged Identity Management preview this month.
Microsoft's Windows Update for Business service for managing Windows 10 is here, in part, but it's not completely available.
Organizations considering the use of Microsoft's Azure Active Directory services need to examine some complex scenarios that involve user management, authentication and on-premises app support.
Microsoft and Mesosphere announced today that they are collaborating to bring the open source Apache Mesos datacenter orchestration solution into Windows Server.
SharePoint deployment decisions depend on the business case, and there are lots of factors to weigh.
Here's how to avoid the most common pitfalls when moving to Office 365.
As a director for enterprise platform evangelism at Microsoft, Patrick Chanezon played a key role in working with ecosystem partners on Docker integration until the container vendor's founder lured him away.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The goal will be to provide tools collaborators really want, while making sure data stays safe and secure.
- By Christian Buckley
The move will help to strengthen Office 365's security capabilities.
Microsoft announced this week that it will offer more support for organizations trying to run Linux workloads on its Azure infrastructure, starting today.
A new premium Office 365 enterprise suite called E5 will roll out later this year.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft announced the general availability of some of its Azure cloud-based services this month.
Looking to bring its machine learning, Big data and BI offerings under one roof, Microsoft announced on Monday the new Cortana Analytics Suite.
Think your organization might qualify? Here are the requirements.
Microsoft is building a stronger bridge between Windows Server and Microsoft Azure, but it'll also manage AWS, VMware and OpenStack infrastructure and services.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz