Microsoft released multiple Azure products and previews yesterday, with lots of Active Directory improvements.
Microsoft today indicated that it has rereleased Update Rollup 8 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3, correcting a flaw.
Microsoft has acquired HockeyApp, a provider of mobile app crash analytic services for software developers.
Microsoft will disclose some of its plans for enhancing the consumer experience of Windows 10 on January 21.
Microsoft released a number of Exchange Server updates on Tuesday, but its Update Rollup 8 release for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 has now been suspended.
Microsoft is delivering updates to its Intune device management solution this week that promise to deliver new mobile capabilities.
Microsoft may be planning to drop another SharePoint Online feature.
The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2014 R2 suite of tools for enterprise software management can now be downloaded.
Microsoft and Accenture announced a collaboration agreement on Monday that aims to promote and support enterprise cloud use.
Microsoft plans to release Windows 10 by "late summer" or "early fall" 2015.
Microsoft has enabled video calling capability between Lync and Skype.
Barnes & Noble gave notice today that its deal with Microsoft will be coming to an end.
Microsoft plans to roll out its Azure RemoteApp service next week and it has announced the pricing for the service today.
Windows 10's next iteration will be a "January technical preview" release that's expected to appear sometime next month, according to a press report.
U.S. IT worker salaries likely will trend upward next year, according to recent analysis by Computer Economics.
Microsoft is set to end 2014 with a smaller share of the smartphone market than it did at the end of 2013, according to a data released by market analysis firm IDC on Monday.
Microsoft today announced that it bought mobile e-mail app provider Acompli.
Microsoft quietly raised the price of its Professional Support services for its U.S. software customers to $499 per incident.
Microsoft plans to add Windows Store management capabilities for organizations using Windows 10 apps "in the coming months."
Microsoft has published an explanation for its widespread Azure outages that lasted up to 11 hours on Tuesday.