Microsoft this week published troubleshooting tips and "known issues" for organizations attempting to use the Microsoft Intune integration with the "new Microsoft Store" to distribute applications.
Microsoft on Thursday announced plans to release a Microsoft Syntex pay-as-you-go licensing option in March, although it just will apply to document processing.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that its new Bing search preview, enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, is becoming available as Bing and Edge mobile apps, and also as part of the Skype consumer telephony and messaging service.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it now permits organizations using different Microsoft hosted cloud services products to collaborate, if that's mutually agreed, after performing some setup steps.
Microsoft last week advised organizations using SharePoint Server that it'll be replacing Microsoft Workflow Manager 1.0 and Service Bus 1.1 for Windows Server.
The venerable Internet Explorer 11 browser for desktops is mostly getting automatically disabled and replaced with the Microsoft Edge browser through a Feb. 14 Microsoft Edge update.
Microsoft this week promised one less reboot with Windows 11 version 22H2 client feature updates because of a coming change to how .NET Framework updates will be delivered.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced some progress in enabling organizations to have better control over Windows client driver and firmware installations.
Microsoft announced on Monday that it's Yammer chat collaboration app brand is going away, and getting supplanted by the Viva Engage brand.
LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, has reportedly cut some of its recruiting department staff, according to a report by The Information (paywalled).
Microsoft's February security update comes packed for three important fixes aimed at addressing currently exploitable vulnerabilities across the company's product and services.
Microsoft is planning to turn on its Unified Update Platform (UUP) for organizations that use on-premises tools to update Windows 11 clients, which will be happening as early as next month, according to a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft has laid off its Industrial Metaverse Core team, amounting to about 100 people, according to a Thursday report by The Information (paywalled).
GitHub, the open source developer repository owned by Microsoft, indicated on Thursday that it was cutting up to 10 percent of its workforce.
Microsoft on Thursday described a new approach that will be applying the brakes a bit on its "continuous innovation" delivery of new Windows features to organizations.
Microsoft and Adobe have collaborated on "natively embedding" new Adobe Acrobat PDF technology into the Microsoft Edge browser for Windows 10 and Windows 11 systems, according to a Wednesday Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that it has launched a new version of its Bing search engine, powered by OpenAI's ChatGPT-4 AI.
Microsoft Outlook had service issues overnight on Feb. 6, lasting about 12 hours until the problem was said to have been addressed.
Microsoft this week announced a preview of an automated way to block employees from spilling sensitive company information.
Dell announced on Monday that it was cutting five percent of its workforce, which amounts to about 6,650 jobs.