Microsoft is undoing in Europe some of the restrictive cloud-licensing policies it first announced in 2019, which made running its software more expensive on its competitors' clouds.
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Microsoft Channel Chief Rodney Clark is leaving Microsoft after a 25-year career during a time when several Microsoft resellers are not happy about recent changes to the company's programs.
Microsoft has been public about its CBL-Mariner Linux release, which just hit the 2.0 milestone. But did you know there's also a Microsoft CBL-Delridge?
Wondering what Microsoft has up its sleeve for Build 2022? Here are a few tidbits gleaned from the hundreds of sessions listed on its website, including a new Kubernetes-at-the-edge effort.
Microsoft has closed the window during which testers can switch from the Dev to the Beta channel as of today's release of Windows 11 build 25115 to the Dev Channel.
Microsoft is positioning a number of its enterprise components, from IoT to Synapse Analytics, as its stack ready to take on the 'industrial metaverse.'
Microsoft is preparing to rebrand a feature of its Power Platform low-code development suite, clarifying who it's for and what it does.
Microsoft's new Outlook mail client, codenamed 'Project Monarch,' seems ready to roll out in preview any time now.
Microsoft and Volkswagen see a future where HoloLens could help train drivers and figure into other autonomous-vehicle scenarios.