Microsoft today suggested that the Windows 10 creators update was "fully available" worldwide for commercial deployment.
Microsoft released the latest version of its Advanced Threat Analytics forensic security solution this week.
Adobe will stop supporting its Flash Player browser plug-in by the end of 2020, the company announced today.
Windows PowerShell 2.0 will be one of the features that won't survive when Microsoft releases the Windows 10 "fall creators update."
Applied Voice and Speech Technologies is coming to the rescue following Microsoft's announcement that it plans to drop session border control support for PBX systems.
Microsoft beat analyst forecasts for Q4 of its 2017 fiscal year thanks to strong Azure revenue growth.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft disclosed plans today to extend Windows 10 support to machines running Intel's "Clover Trail" Atom processors, but only via the Windows 10 "anniversary update," not the current "creators update."
Microsoft on Monday announced that the first release candidate for SQL Server 2017 is now available to the public.
A few licensing tidbits, and other Microsoft product changes, are showing up in obscure places.
Microsoft recently explained its Windows PowerShell roadmap plans, which will increasingly focus on PowerShell Core, going forward.
Microsoft this week released its first preview build of Windows Server 2016 to its Windows Insider Program testers.
Microsoft this week offered a proposal to jumpstart rural broadband access in the United States, but the plan was immediately condemned by the National Association of Broadcasters.
After less than two years as CEO of Citrix, Kirill Tatarionov is leaving the company.
Microsoft is starting to deliver an intelligent search capability that will make it easier to find photos of drawings, whiteboards, signs and receipts that get stored using the OneDrive cloud storage service.
Microsoft will preview three new applications in the coming weeks for Office 365 Business Premium "first release" testers, according to an announcement this week.
Microsoft this week made it easier to run Linux on Windows 10 systems by putting Canonical's Ubuntu distro in the Windows Store.
Intel announced the general availability of its Xeon Scalable processors, which Microsoft sees as "a cornerstone" for Project Olympus.
Quest today rolled out the first three additions to its new cloud-based solutions for managing Office 365 applications and Azure Active Directory implementations.
Details are emerging of Microsoft's long-rumored, cloud-oriented sales and marketing reorganization this week.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft announced a new Windows AutoPilot service this week that promises to ease the provisioning of new PCs for end users.