Microsoft's second quarter was marked by strength in cloud services as well as the enterprise.
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Microsoft took the plunge into holographic computing and has all the hooks built in to ensure the technology will at least be tried in the enterprise.
Catering for enterprise mobility requirements requires more than just device delivery, says HP's mobility business unit chief Michael Park, while delivering details on eight new devices aimed at a range of business markets.
Google is allowing users to run Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter on its cloud platform, and is now allowing them to run some of their licensed Microsoft enterprise apps on Google Cloud.
Startups are a serious business, with potential to shake up the technology giants. Find out what Tech Pro Research's survey on the topic revealed.
Eight months after launching its Enterprise Mobility Suite, how close is Microsoft to enabling users to manage not just devices, but also the apps and data on those devices?
SQL on Hadoop as well as compelling economics will lead to mass enterprise adoption of the open source software in 2015, predicts Forrester Research.
Microsoft is making a new per-user Windows licensing option available to its enterprise customers which may help simplify bring-your-own-device scenarios involving Windows, iOS and Android.
Microsoft is reportedly laying off its entire research and development team in Shenzhen, China, with few employees taking the payout currently being offered by Redmond.
Microsoft, Google and Apple are all looking to aggregate your health data, launch wearables and crunch your information in the cloud. How much does being an enterprise class cloud provider matter?
From weekly hackathons to an annual contest for new solutions, the Microsoft-centric integrator makes customer-centric research and development part of its culture.
Microsoft and IBM have forged a new alliance bringing more of IBM's enterprise software and services to Azure, and Microsoft's enterprise software to IBM's cloud platforms.
Research operating systems aren't designed to replace Windows, or even create features for Windows; they're for research.
If reports about HP's next computing play are true, the company will promote 3D scanning and a computing interface that rhymes with work conducted by Microsoft Research.
A number of academics have submitted an open letter to Microsoft Research management protesting the recent closing of the company's Silicon Valley research lab.
Microsoft's new unified enterprise tech conference has a name and is now open for registration.
Microsoft researchers have built a prototype of a new app-shielding technology called Haven, which builds on top of Microsoft's previous Drawbridge operating system work.
Software as a Service offerings -- such as SalesForce.com, Office356, Microsoft Dynamics and AthenaHealth -- hold out the promise of replacing enterprise applications and serving as platforms for future development. While the promise can be fulfilled, organizations have to take some responsibility too.
Forrester Research gives BlackBerry props on its enterprise mobility management rankings in contrast to Gartner.
When Microsoft execs take the stage later today to talk about what the next version of Windows will do for the enterprise, they'll be trying to restore confidence in something that's looking more and more like a legacy OS. Here's what they should be talking about.
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