Microsoft takes a right step in the direction of consistency with the redesign of its two major cloud offerings.
While the consumer version still seems to be some time away, a limited number of developers will be getting their hands on it sometime next month.
Even if you only use the Exchange Server and Microsoft Office services, making the jump to Office 365 will be well worth the investment for your enterprise.
While apps have grown in popularity, especially for mobile users, don't expect to see the end of the Web as we know it any time soon.
While you might be able to spot an obvious scam from a mile away, friends and family may need some warning.
Here's a speculative look on how Microsoft's new browser plays into its Office 365 strategy.
Based on how Microsoft has been rolling lately, it wouldn't surprise me to see any of these predictions come to fruition over the next year.
Brien bats .500 on his Microsoft predictions for the year.
Here's how to get back up and running in minimal time when increasing storage space.
Can Microsoft's 3D mapping feature in Excel 2016 hold up in the real world?
For those who can't decide whether to host their Exchange Server in Azure or Office 365, here are some considerations to factor in.
Can the Microsoft tablet device become the standard in a market saturated with the Apple iPad?
Office 365 Planner looks to ease the complications of project management.
While Microsoft may want to promote its smartwatch like it should be, it's a solid device that looks to be much improved with its second version.
Enterprises looking for an alternative to YouTube for sharing videos will find much to like with Office 365's offering.