Articles about IT Policies
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.
Windows Azure is is compliant with the PCI DSS, a standard designed to help thwart credit-card data fraud. Meanwhile, Azure's Hyper-V Recovery Manager is now generally available.
As large enterprises move toward Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) policies, the PC giant expects them to favor its wide portfolio's "commonality" and even more so once it becomes more dominant in the smartphone space.
Microsoft has started sharing more information publicly about its planned volume-licensing changes rolling out in the coming months.
Microsoft's Power BI for Office 365 self-service business-intelligence tool bundle is still in preview. But its three-tiered pricing plan is now public.
Predictably, stories about Microsoft's 'Blue' wave were the most popular on my blog in 2013. But the No. 1 trafficked story might surprise some.
The country has generated 1,4 million tons of e-waste in 2012
Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise chief -- and alleged internal candidate for the Microsoft CEO job -- Satya Nadella reflects on lessons learned from current CEO Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft is believed to be planning to reintroduce a 'mini' Start Menu with a coming Windows release. But what will it look like?
The switchoff of analogue TV has been long coming — but with digital spectrum awash in home-shopping channels and the 'digital dividend' falling short of mobile expectations, is it really the success we were led to believe it would be?
Microsoft officials are now saying the end-of-sales date for PCs preinstalled with Windows 7 is 'to be determined,' rather than October 30, 2014.
Microsoft's plans for Windows SKUs is undergoing a transformation. Here's the latest on what the Softies may be planning with new Windows versions, moving forward.
Don't worry, though, Windows 7 fans: There's still another year until PC makers won't be allowed to sell new machines with Windows 7 preloaded.
An ebb and flow between IT centralization and decentralization that swings in the direction of business groups, and even shadow IT, now runs the risk of neglecting essential management security and scalability requirements.