Microsoft followed up on a "customer preview" launch of its next-generation Office 365 services this week by announcing the availability of preview trials of other 2013-branded products.
The hardware giant beat out private equity investors with $2.4 billion offer as Dell moves to expand its software business.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Quest Software today described its migration solutions for organizations moving to Exchange Online and Office 365.
Microsoft announced yesterday that it has partnered with secured and managed mobile enterprise company Good Technology to bring encrypted e-mail services to Windows Phone 7.5.
Microsoft released two free tools this month that are designed to help IT pros troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook e-mail clients.
Microsoft last week issued a beta of a new Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator.
While security is still a concern for some companies, more and more businesses are outsourcing e-mail archiving to cloud vendors. And the vendors themselves are proliferating.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Microsoft released a new free tool on Monday that helps IT pros find .PST files created using Microsoft Exchange.
Microsoft's growth spurt hit its peak about a decade ago, and now the company faces potentially "disruptive" competition, mostly from Apple and Google, according to Gartner analysts.
Microsoft yesterday released Service Pack 2 for Exchange Server 2010, which includes update rollups since the last service pack release plus a few requested items.
Multiple e-mail accounts for the same person makes organizing your contacts a pain. Here's a few tips on how to alleviate this situation.
Your picks for 2011's best Windows IT products in a wide variety of categories.
E-mail is an essential business communication tool, so ensuring high availability (HA) with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is important. Here's how.
- By Jaap Wesselius
E-mail archiving has changed in the newer versions of Outlook. Here's how you can stave off some confusion and avoid help-desk calls.
- By Derek Schauland
The new Windows mobile platform, code-named "Mango," brings back some of the synchronization features important for enterprise use.