Windows 8 is Microsoft's most critical launch since 1995 as it unifies mobile and PC computing.
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Microsoft's Dynamics NAV 2013 and GP 2013 ERP offerings are now available, via certified partners, hosted on Windows Azure.
What would the technology world look like today if the 2000 ruling by the recently deceased Thomas Penfield Jackson -- that Microsoft be broken into two companies -- had been upheld?
Wherever you go, Microsoft puts the Start screen and live tiles front and centre when it comes to Windows 8 and Windows Phone. But Apple seems nonplussed about ripping off the idea. Why?
Microsoft has made the latest version of its embedded operating system generally available for small-footprint devices.
A new Microsoft ad shows for the first time in a single commercial Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and Surface, in a nod to Microsoft's devices and services repositioning.
Programme aims to get more people online using refurbished kit and low cost broadband.
It's all about the Apple Ecosystem — as if elegant industrial design, an innovative operating system, and top-end hardware weren't enough goodness to persuade Windows users to switch to the Mac. Apple's new iOS-OS X, right-left punch to WWDC attendees was really aimed directly at switchers from Windows.
The new Linux and Windows Server virtual machines on Windows Azure are attracting more customers to Microsoft's public cloud.
In June's upcoming Patch Tuesday, the software giant has only one "critical" flaw up its sleeve, with the remaining four rated "important."
Some organisations intend to keep running Windows XP after support ends next April, but the options for doing so safely are narrowing.
Microsoft understands, better than any other software company, that BYOD is actually a thing. It's a thing to be dealt with at the source, which is exactly what they're doing.
According to data from SysAid Technologies, which provides IT service management software, 0.53 percent of its enterprise customers are running Windows 8 through April. Here's why.
Microsoft can only hope that its re-invention of Windows 8, Windows 8.1 aka Blue, works because currently stats indicate Windows 8 lags behind even Vista's dismal market numbers.
The latest numbers from NetMarketShare show that the PC market might be slowing, but it's not changing much. Windows 8 is growing its share as people replace their old PCs, and despite vocal threats, no one appears to have replaced their Windows PC with a Mac or Linux.
Microsoft's share price has reached record highs in spite of criticism over Windows 8. Does Wall Street finally believe the Microsoft message that it’s no longer dependent on Windows?