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Google Targets Businesses with Chrome Enterprise Offering and VMware Management Partnership

Google this week announced a new Chrome Enterprise license, its latest effort to bring the Chrome OS operating system and Chromebook laptops into the business world.

Samsung's DeX Station Review: A Viable PC Replacement?

The new Samsung Galaxy S8 Android-based Citrix Receiver is the closest thing yet to a phone that can stand in for your PC.

Microsoft Kicks Off U.S. Surface Lease Programs

Microsoft announced two Surface computer leasing plans on Tuesday, one for small and medium businesses, and another for students.

Is the Post-PC Phone Here?

The Samsung Android-based Galaxy S8 smartphone is available with a new peripheral that will let it function like a virtual Windows desktop running Office 365 natively.

Q&A: Microsoft Program Aims To Ease Windows Server 2016 Software-Defined Complexities

A senior product manager on Microsoft's Windows Server engineering team tells how the Windows Server Software Defined program works.

Microsoft Embraces Intel Xeon Scalable Processors for Project Olympus

Intel announced the general availability of its Xeon Scalable processors, which Microsoft sees as "a cornerstone" for Project Olympus.

The Once-Mighty PC's Diminished Status in Today's Mobile Era

Smartphones have gone from a curiosity to a luxury and are now a necessity.

The Verdict Is In on Windows 10 S

Thankfully, it looks like Microsoft has an out for those who want the full-fledged Windows 10 on their Surface Laptop.

Microsoft Expands Surface Device Distribution

Microsoft announced increased market availability of its lightweight Surface Laptop and Surface Pro devices today, as well as its Surface Studio desktop computer.

Intel Raises Patent Infringement Concerns About x86 Emulation Plans

Microsoft and Qualcomm's plans to bring Windows 10 to ARM-based devices could be hitting a snag, namely the intellectual property claims of Intel Corp.

My Wish List for the Next Surface Pro Device

While the next version of Microsoft's flagship laptop will come packed with updated hardware, it's missing the innovation.

Why Did Microsoft Build the Surface Laptop?

The decision might have to do less with selling hardware and more with showing OEMs how to build a quality Windows machine.

Dell Adding Quad-Core Processors to Thin Client

Dell this week announced that it is refreshing its Wyse thin client line aimed at virtual workspace environments with quad-core processors.

3 Roadworthy Windows 10 Laptops

We tested laptops from Dell, HP and Lenovo aimed at business travelers who require performance and reliability.

Microsoft Unveils Plans To Accelerate Windows Server on ARM

Windows Server on ARM processors is starting to seem like it's more than just a pipe dream, at least when it comes to Microsoft's datacenters and partner efforts.

Microsoft Highlights Project Olympus and SONiC Datacenter Support

Microsoft on Wednesday announced some chip-maker progress in using Project Olympus designs for datacenters.

A First Look at the Surface Dial

How does Microsoft's latest Windows 10 accessory perform when not paired with the Surface Studio?

The New HP Windows Phone Means Business

The market for Microsoft's mobile platform continues to diminish, but HP is giving it another stab with the HP Elite x3 targeted for enterprise use.

Posey's Tech Predictions for 2017

From the growth of home AI to Microsoft's stepped up approach to battling ransomware, here's where technology and IT might be headed in the next 12 months.

My First-Hand Account of Microsoft HoloLens

While it definitely feels like a product still in development, the experience left me impressed and hopeful for the technology's future.

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