Microsoft plans to activate its Clutter e-mail prioritization service for its business-grade Office 365 subscribers, starting next month.
Microsoft republished Service Pack 1 for SQL Server 2014 on Thursday.
Microsoft announced new service packs today for its Configuration Manager components of both System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2.
Microsoft announced the names of Windows 10 editions today.
Microsoft will drag along a few deprecated technologies as it preps its forthcoming SharePoint Server 2016 product for release next year.
Microsoft talked last week about how its new Edge Web browser is improving security while jettisoning older Internet Explorer technologies along the way.
Microsoft offered a glimpse of Exchange Server 2016 at its Ignite event for IT pros this week.
Microsoft outlined some of its SharePoint Server 2016 commitments and roadmap plans at this week's Ignite event in Chicago.
Microsoft released its second Technical Preview of System Center 2016 today, and announced coming service packs for System Center 2012.
Microsoft this week expanded the availability of its Office 2016 public preview.
Microsoft announced the general availability of its Skype for Business Server 2015 product this week.
John Chambers announced he will be leaving the CEO position with Cisco this summer after being with the company for more than 20 years.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft released Technical Preview 2 today of its leading-edge Windows Server 2016 product.
Nano Server is looking to be a big thing for Microsoft.
Microsoft used its Build event yesterday to entice investors, with lots of numbers to account for its business shift to the cloud.
Microsoft's new Universal Windows platform aims to make it more easy for developers to extend their Android and iOS apps to the new operating system with its appeal lying in a code-base that extends from phones to Xbox, to PCs, tablets and even its new Holographic platform.
- By Michael Desmond
Microsoft issued the next build of its Windows 10 preview today.
Microsoft announced today at its Build event that its next Web browser associated with Windows 10 will be called "Edge."
Microsoft likely will tell us more about its cloud-optimized next Windows Server product, including a new Nano Server component, at this week's Build event for developers.
Microsoft this week announced a couple of improvements to its Internet Explorer browser compatibility solutions for organizations.