Microsoft is offering more guidance regarding a Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 security flaw.
Microsoft has released its first new public build of its Windows 10 technical preview.
Microsoft made several announcements at a press event today about its cloud products, including a new partnership with Dell.
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Microsoft has a program that pays for Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) technical support costs.
IBM announced today that it will be paying $1.5 billion to semiconductor manufacturer Globalfoundries to take over its struggling chip business.
Microsoft has killed off a few SharePoint Online features.
Microsoft disclosed today that its unified technology event coming in May next year will be called "Microsoft Ignite."
Microsoft this week published a guideline for IT pros on how to deploy Windows in computing environments large and small.
Microsoft's Virtual Machine Converter (MVMC )3.0, made available for download Monday, has brought back the ability to do physical-to-virtual (P2V) conversions.
Microsoft provided an update today about its future Exchange Online Protection plans.
Microsoft released October cumulative updates (CUs) for both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 this week, with lots of caveats.
Microsoft indicated this week that it plans to deliver another build of the Windows 10 technical preview, which will be "coming soon."
Internet Explorer will begin blocking outdated Silverlight ActiveX plug-ins, starting on Nov. 11.
Microsoft added some auditing and reporting capabilities to its Azure cloud computing service this week.
Worldwide PC shipments declined in the third quarter, according to analyses published this week by IDC and Gartner Inc.
Microsoft pitched its Surface Pro 3 PC product line to business users today, offering a promo and a new support program.
Microsoft plans to rename Windows Intune, calling it "Microsoft Intune" with its next major update release.
Microsoft has improved document collaboration capabilities for its Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft has rolled out two new cloud-based solutions in recent days, including Disaster Recovery to Azure and Redis Cache services.
Microsoft had been collecting more than $1 billion a year from Samsung via an Android cross-licensing contract, a court record disclosed on Friday.