Microsoft to enact new cloud outsourcing and hosting licensing changes which still don't address core customer concerns
Microsoft is adding a bunch of new cloud outsourcing and hosting options to its line-up as of October 1. But these changes won't do much to help users who want to run Microsoft software on AWS, Google or Alibaba clouds.
Microsoft's new Outlook email client is live (at least for now)
Microsoft readies its latest 'industrial metaverse' pitch
Microsoft to rechristen Power Apps portals as 'Power Pages'
Microsoft is enabling Kubernetes for Windows edge-computing devices via 'Project Haven'
AI & Robotics
Microsoft starts testing 'Suggested Actions' in new Windows 11 test build