Microsoft this week began accepting applications for the preview program of its Skype for Business apps for iOS and Android mobile devices.
Microsoft is working on fundamentally changing the certification process by shifting to skills-specific badges for those who don't want, need, or see the value in MCSE or MCSA certifications.
Microsoft last week released a reworked version of Power BI, Microsoft's cloud-based analytics and data visualization too, which replaces the previous Power BI for Office 365" version.
Microsoft is adding two Office 365 improvements to improve service communication.
Microsoft last week republished SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft announced today at its Build event that its next Web browser associated with Windows 10 will be called "Edge."
Microsoft released a native Outlook e-mail client app for Android on Wednesday.
Organizations running SQL Server 2005 will be cut off when it comes to official support next year, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft announced that it has bought the San Francisco-based LiveLoop -- maker of Microsoft Office collaboration tools.
Microsoft's ExpressRoute service is expanding to include options for those organizations looking to connect to Office 365.
Microsoft Learning's Second Shot program will allow those that have taken an exam and failed to retake the test for free through May 31, 2014.
Microsoft has recently provided some information on where System Center Configuration Manager is heading.
New IT controls for Microsoft's Outlook apps for Android and iOS devices have been announced.
Microsoft has released its February Intune mobile management service update.
Expanded support for IE 11's Enterprise Mode backward compatibility options is expected to arrive next month.
Microsoft showed off some management and security improvements to Office 365 today, including new device management (MDM) controls and data loss protection (DLP) features.
SQL Server 2008 Release 2 Service Pack 3 has been released by Microsoft.
A new Groups collaboration feature for Office 365 started to roll out to subscribers on Thursday, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft has announced that starting in November, the Office on Demand feature from Office 365 subscriptions will be eliminated.
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