Foley on Microsoft
Microsoft's shift in focus on strengthening its offered services and providing compatible software across multiple platforms is a good indication that the company has plans to stay relevant in a post-Windows OS world.
Surface revenues doubled last quarter to $908 million, a sign that Microsoft's latest larger-screen hybrid PC-tablet has become at least a modest hit.
Disk failures happen. Here's how to get back up and running with minimal effort.
Microsoft plans to step up its security and identity management controls with its next-generation Windows 10 operating system.
Microsoft has released its first new public build of its Windows 10 technical preview.
This month's security update has led to compatibility and installation errors for many users.
Microsoft this week published a guideline for IT pros on how to deploy Windows in computing environments large and small.
Microsoft indicated this week that it plans to deliver another build of the Windows 10 technical preview, which will be "coming soon."
This month's security offering includes three bulletins rated "critical" and five "important" items.
This Windows Server 2012 feature makes it easy to set storage quotas and manage file types.
VMware looks to broaden desktop virtualization with its new VMware Workstation.
A recent Microsoft blog post offered some interesting details about Windows 10 before it got pulled.
Microsoft's release of the first Windows 10 Technical Preview this week shows signs that the company's effort to unify the fragmented OS for PCs, tablets and phones delivered with Windows 8.x is coming to life, but not yet an exponential leap forward.
Microsoft's effort to unify Windows is showing progress but the first preview of Windows 10 comes with use of the famous Charms, introduced in Windows 8, only for those using touch. It remains to be seen whether they'll resurface for mouse users.
Vendor consolidation is leading IT pros to favor fewer players, according to this year's annual Redmond Third-Party Reader's Choice Awards.
As enterprise IT pros face a business imperative to support the management and analysis of Big Data, Microsoft has embraced the call with the latest evolution of SQL Server, support for NoSQL and Hadoop. The changes promise to alter the role of the traditional DBA.