Articles about IT Policies
Microsoft is offering business users some useful Windows 8.1 tips, tricks and how-to content via a new blog-post series.
New Zealand's Labour Party appears set to co-opt a key policy from Kim Dotcom's nascent Internet Party.
Microsoft has begun closed, 'private preview' testing of its Windows Azure Government Cloud with select U.S. government customers.
Microsoft's renamed cloud storage for business offering, OneDrive for Business, will be available for purchase starting April 1 and available as a standalone offering for the first time.
The next on-premises versions of Microsoft's Exchange Server and SharePoint Server won't be available until some time in calendar 2015.
Microsoft is introducing a Windows Enterprise Edition SKU available for the first time to those without Software Assurance.
Microsoft is making Service Pack 1 for Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013 available for immediate download.
Microsoft's latest bundle of Windows Azure enhancements includes some new virtualization capabilities that ultimately may help blur the IaaS-PaaS distinction.
State government beats open data, industry participation targets as it nears end of 50-item to-do list, prepares to revise its targets.
Business users will be able to buy PCs with Windows 7 Professional preloaded beyond October 2014, according to a new change in Microsoft's lifecycle policy.
Microsoft's new ship target for its coming Windows 8.1 Update 1 may have shifted from March to April, according to sources.
Microsoft is said to be working to add a new 'enterprise mode' feature to IE11 to try to help Windows 7 business users with IE8 dependencies get 'unstuck.'
However, for that to happen the government needs to articulate and pass a coherent policy for FDI in e-commerce.
What's Microsoft done lately for Office 365 ProPlus subscribers? A new Microsoft blog post provides some answers to that very question.
Vikram Kumar, CEO of Mega, shifts to Kim Dotcom's Internet Party, aiming to win the "hope and excitement" vote.