Microsoft today released Outlook for Android, its native e-mail client app for Android devices.
An updated public "preview" of the forthcoming Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) product was announced today.
Microsoft's Office 365 subscribers will soon get enhanced "nondelivery reports" designed to simplify e-mail troubleshooting.
Microsoft announced various Azure cloud computing improvements this month, with some services hitting "general availability" status, including a storage service.
Windows 10 will launch at the "end of July," according to Microsoft hardware partner AMD.
Microsoft has increased the maximum size of an e-mail message that can be sent by an organization using its cloud-based Office 365 services to 150MB.
Yahoo and Microsoft on Thursday announced a change to its search partnership deal that was originally struck in 2009.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft released SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 this week, but later pulled it after install errors surfaced.
Microsoft announced today that it will slip the general availability date for its forthcoming SharePoint Server 2016 product to next year.
Just one day after Microsoft released its monthly security patch, attackers had already reverse-engineered one of the bulletins and have been using it in active attacks.
Microsoft is promising a "first look at Exchange Server 2016" at its Ignite conference coming up in May.
Microsoft announced the acquisition of Toronto-based Datazen Software, a mobile business intelligence (BI) solutions startup.
Microsoft released mobile apps this week for its Office 365 Delve social networking solution.
Organizations running SQL Server 2005 have less than a year before the product's lifecycle support will come to an end.
Security firm Cylance has reportedly uncovered a Windows security issue that could lead to attackers stealing user credentials.
Microsoft gave notice this month that it plans to end product support for its Windows Server AppFabric 1.1 solution.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced new security tools for Office 365 users that aim to harden e-mail from phishing and malware attacks.
Microsoft's Office Online apps and Dropbox's storage service are now integrated.
Microsoft announced the general availability this week of its Azure DocumentDB service.
Despite not being officially supported by Microsoft for the last year, 250 million users are still actively using Windows XP, according to market analysts.
- By Scott Bekker