Microsoft is believed to be ready to cut thousands of jobs this week as part of management's attempt to focus on areas where the company can win. Which teams are likely to take the brunt?
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Mary Jo has covered the tech industry for 30 years for a variety of publications and Web sites, and is a frequent guest on radio, TV and podcasts, speaking about all things Microsoft-related. She is the author of Microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft plans to stay relevant in the post-Gates era (John Wiley & Sons, 2008).
Microsoft gave its reseller partners their fiscal 2015 marching orders on the opening day of its annual partner conference. Productivity, enterprise mobility, security and CRM all figured prominently.
Microsoft is continuing to attempt to reduce Windows 8.x hurdles for its business users with a new app-management tool called Windows Apportals.
Microsoft is backing the Google-developed and now open-sourced Kubernetes container management effort.
CEO Satya Nadella has given Microsoft's employees their fiscal 2015 marching orders. The company's primary focus will be on productivity and platforms, not devices and services.
Microsoft is rolling out new storage arrays that tie into Azure, which are fruits of its 2012 acquisition of storage vendor StorSimple.
Like it did with Office 365 and Azure, Microsoft is building a CRM Online cloud specifically for its U.S. federal, state and local users.
Microsoft is introducing three new Office 365 plans for small and midsize business users this October. Here's what's coming.
Microsoft has made firmware updates available for all of its Surface models, including the recently released Surface Pro 3, as part of its July Patch Tuesday updates.
Microsoft is planning to try again to deliver preconfigured racks of servers to enterprise users and partners in the hope of convincing them to start moving toward the cloud.