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Microsoft quietly released an update for its Windows RT operating system that allows users to automatically update from Windows RT to Windows RT 8.1. The goal: Get users current.
Microsoft officials explain the causes of the back-to-back Lync Online and Exchange Online outages experienced by a number of Office 365 users this week.
June 10 is the Microsoft-imposed deadline for Windows 8.1 consumers to move to the Windows 8.1 Update in order to continue to receive future fixes and patches from Microsoft.
Microsoft officials are counting on consumer services around OneDrive, OneNote and Skype to translate into demand for the enterprise complements of those services.
Microsoft is promising to be more transparent with major feature updates coming to Office 365, and is adding an opt-in 'First Release' program for customers to selectively test them internally.
A major IT overhaul is afoot in Umbria, guided by ideas and opinions from the area's residents.
The idea that enterprise architectures are the preserve of big business is misguided and could be behind project missteps by smaller companies as well as missed commercial opportunities.
Microsoft is fixing an Office 365 billing glitch that caused some users to be double billed for certain subscription services.
Increasingly, employees are after a work/life balance and the pressure is now on IT departments to provide the right infrastructure to support more mobile employees, a new study by VMWare shows.
The government will spend $461,000 to help its last tranche of Australians migrate to digital TV this year, but the 2014 Budget confirms it will still cost around $11m annually to support those who live too far from terrestrial digital TV towers.
OAIC's privacy and freedom of information (FOI) functions to be divided among Australian Human Rights Commission, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Commonwealth Ombudsman, A-G's Department.
Microsoft didn't unveil a single new on-premises product at its TechEd 2014 show. But company officials still had a message for the core IT pro/developer audience not yet sold on the cloud.
Microsoft is giving consumers running Windows 8.1 an extra 30 days to install Windows 8.1 Update.
What's worse is that the majority of them use networking sites by posting a photo or a video of themselves which makes them instantly vulnerable to sexual predators or cyber bullies
The 2014 version of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) suite of Windows virtualization, management and security tools is available for volume licensees.