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Microsoft is making Office 2019 available starting today but only for a small group of customers; consumers will have to wait a few more weeks.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Surface Hub 2 for 2019 but it's complicated and the next-gen OS won't arrive until much later.
Windows Virtual Desktop is a new cloud service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience which is optimized to work with Office 365 Pro Plus.
Microsoft is making available the next generation of on-premises SQL Server software but be aware that this is a preview and not the final package.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2019 will arrive next month and if you are still running 2008, you need to start planning your upgrade.
Microsoft is working on a new skills kit for enterprise customers that will make it easier to integrate the digital assistant into your workflow.
Microsoft is bringing a new unified search experience to Microsoft 365 that it hopes will making
Microsoft has pulled the covers off of its new managed desktop service which will provide Surface hardware and service the operating system.
Microsoft has detailed the exact reasons why its data centers went offline earlier this month and why it took longer for some users to recover their data.
Microsoft has announced a hardware event for early next month but it's important to set your expectations before the curtain drops.
On this edition of the Enterprise Dish, Brad and Dux dive into how to get the most out of Microsoft's upcoming Ignite conference, Microsoft Teams reaches feature parity with Skype for Business, and a lot more.
With the company announcing today support changes to Office and Windows, Microsoft is throwing in the towel on trying to force you to upgrade.
With the Windows 7 support window quickly coming to an end, Microsoft is throwing everything it has to make sure you will upgrade before time runs out.
When Microsoft announced Windows 10 and said that they were going to move Enterprise customers to a rapid update cycle, IT Admins from around the globe likely choked on their morning coffee. Microsoft’s ambitious task of modernizing the corporate world has been met with significant headwinds and the company is once again changing its stance […]
Microsoft has announced that they will offer extended support for Windows 7 but unlike with Windows XP, it will not be free.