Brad has nearly a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt. From breaking news about Microsoft to pushing publications to new heights, he has significant experience as a journalist as well as growing web-based brands. Brad brings to Petri a profound background in all things Microsoft and has been cited by numerous publications for cracking open the Redmond nut and exposing the internal workings of the company. Brad earned his M.B.A from the Lindner School of Business and resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Microsoft has built a version of Windows 10 for the Chinese government that does not contain ‘backdoors’; the company is also in the final stages of approving the Creators update.
Google and Amazon both have their sights set on Office 365 as they hope to tap into the lucrative productivity software services that Microsoft has pioneered.
Microsoft is announcing new features for HDInsight and DocumentDB this week at the Strata Hadoop + World conference.
Microsoft Teams has reached general availability and with more than 50,000 organizations using the platform, it is off to a strong start.
Google’s Jamboard will arrive in May for $4999 but the company is requiring that you pay an annual maintenance fee if you purchase the device.
Google is pushing its cloud agenda forward this week and is overhauling its support structure and offering new incentives.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Server to ARM-powered devices with the help of Qualcomm; this is Microsoft’s second big commitment to ARM in less than a year.
If you are planning on installing Visual Studio 2017 on Windows 10, it’s important to know which versions are supported and which are not.
The latest version of Microsoft’s development platform is now available to download.
Outages are inevitable and while the ‘cloud’ offers many advantages, it is vulnerable to the same issues as on-premises environments.
Mary Jo Foley is joining BWW Media Group to help us lead a new community of technologists; we will be re-launching the site in the coming months.
Microsoft is turning on two new data centers in South Korea and for Kubernetes fans, that service is now generally available on Azure.
Microsoft has chosen to delay the February Patch Tuesday release until March due to an issue found late in the testing cycle.