The lackluster reception for Microsoft's newest Windows offering may have more to do with how we view modern OSes than it does with actual Windows 8 reaction.Once you start viewing Windows 8 as a portal for app deployment, there's much to like.
- By Greg Shields
While Microsoft has been vocal on why consumers should upgrade to Windows 8, what about enterprises? Don Jones is here to make that argument.
Microsoft will be pushing tablets and cloud services in 2013, according to expert analysis.
Apple led in fourth-quarter tablet shipments, while Microsoft didn't even make the top-five list with its new Surface RT product, according to data compiled by IDC and announced today.
Microsoft this week announced the release of its My Server App for Windows 8 or Windows RT.
Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync technology is getting a six-month reprieve for Windows Phone users integrating with Google Apps.
Brien suggests some areas of action Microsoft should take to make Windows 8 a success.
January 31 is the date to remember for those consumers still on the fence about upgrading to Windows 8.
Microsoft's x86-based Surface Pro tablet PCs running Windows 8 will hit retail shelves on Feb. 9 in the United States and Canada, the company confirmed today.
Brien's back with some more thoughts after spending extensive time with Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet.
The Enterprise Strategy Group described Windows Server 2012 as a "no brainer" for businesses to deploy.
An analyst with financial services company Morgan Stanley downgraded expectations for Microsoft's stock.
Don't call it a security vulnerability.
The Computer Electronics Show in Las Vegas kicked off on Monday with a keynote address by Dr. Paul Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm Inc., but Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer also took to the stage for almost 10 minutes in the limelight.
A Microsoft executive claimed today that 60 million Windows 8 licenses have been sold to date.