Microsoft announced today that it will start to deliver new updates to Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 on Aug. 12.
Microsoft could be planning to entice users of older Windows editions by offering free upgrades to "Windows 9" next year.
Microsoft issued a warning to IT organizations running so-called "hybrid" messaging environments that combine Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Online.
Microsoft plans to release an updated Internet Explorer 11 mobile browser with the next release of Windows Phone 8.1 that will address some Web site compatibility issues.
Microsoft alleges that Korean device maker Samsung has backed away from an earlier Android agreement.
Microsoft released Update Rollup 3 (UR3) for System Center 2012 R2 this week, as well as Update Rollup 7 (UR7) for System Center 2012 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft announced yesterday that an upcoming update to Windows Phone 8.1 will be aimed at expanding Cortana's availability to more countries and introduce Start screen folders.
IT pros may have been caught flat footed when it came to migrating client machines off Windows XP, according to an industry survey.
Microsoft announced a second preview release of its Azure Active Directory (AD) Sync Services solution this week.
Organizations should strategically consider using public cloud services for backup and disaster recovery scenarios, according to research and consulting firm Forrester.
Microsoft and IBM are showing growth in the cloud infrastructure services market relative to market leader Amazon Web Services, according to analyst reports.
Company praises IT pros, while shifting their roles with Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft is working on a hotfix for a client log-in problem that can occur in the process of migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Cofounder and former CEO of Yammer David Sacks announced yesterday that he's leaving Microsoft.
Great Britain's government this week adopted HTML, PDF and ODF for documents, but not Microsoft's OOXML.
Microsoft expanded its high-bandwidth ExpressRoute service into seven cities.
Microsoft reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings today, missing earnings per share expectations by about $0.05 but beating overall revenue expectations.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to roll out a new event next year for IT pros that appears to replace TechEd and more specialized conferences that the company has hosted for years.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it has fixed a problem with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2 that may have affected some of its TechNet or MSDN subscribers.
Media reports on Monday pointed to a possible confirmation of a rumored Windows 8.1 Update 2 release, coming next month.