Microsoft says it will start extended support for Windows Server 2008 into 2015 rather than next year.
Microsoft announced a new service pack to come for Exchange 2010 that will enable it to run on Windows Server 2012.
Microsoft's messaging confab takes its message of cloud, compliance and security to its customers directly.
Microsoft plans to release a "Fix it" on Friday for IE zero-day flaw that surfaced this week.
CTP4 includes improved AlwaysOn Availability Group migration and better query capabilities over XML data.
Microsoft unveiled a new Office 365 annual subscription model for small businesses and consumers buying the productivity suite.
Microsoft today announced the release of a beta test version of System Center 2012 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft on Tuesday released PowerShell 3.0 for use with its current flagship Windows client and server operating systems.
Microsoft's security update for September looks to be a small one, with only two "important" bulletin items scheduled.
Redmond showcases the server OS at a launch event.
IDC survey shows that non-x86 servers were hit hardest, to the detriment of Linux and bladed servers.
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Microsoft is warning users of two tools readily available that can be used to steal passwords from wireless networks and VPNs, offers workarounds.
Windows Server 2012 Essentials release candidate is now available for testing.
Those planning to buy Windows 7 PCs in the next few months can register to get a discounted version of Windows 8 when it becomes available, but there's a time limit on the offer.
The next version of Microsoft Office will include support for the Open XML standard file format.
The "release to manufacturing" (RTM) version of Windows 8 was released today to its TechNet and MSDN subscribers.
Directions on Microsoft analysts released a report that offers ways to best take advantage of Microsoft's licensing for Windows Server 2012.
Remote code execution flaws are targeted in the majority of items in Microsoft's monthly Security Update.
Preview bulletin shows five items to be rated "critical."