To those who have been working 24x7 to keep the networks alive, who imaged 100s of laptops, issued security tokens, and have been looking at health metrics for your environment as they inch closer to failing-over, thank you.
Microsoft has announced that its developer conference, Build, is moving to a virtual-only event with the on-site portion of the conference being cancelled.
In about two weeks, Microsoft was scheduled to host its annual MVP summit at its offices in Seattle, Washington. The company has started notifying attendees today that the company is canceling the in-person event and will move to a virtual event instead.
It's that time of the year again and Microsoft has released its earnings for Q2 fiscal / Q4 calendar and the company beat estimates for revenue and earnings per share. The company brought in $36.9 billion in revenue with $11.6 billion of that being Net Income.
As 2019 comes to an end and we look forward to 2020, we want to know what technology you are using at work. As we have done the past couple of years, the Petri.com reader survey is now live with one lucky participant winning $250 Amazon gift card.
This week, Microsoft is hosting its largest IT Pro conference of the year in Orlando, Florida. If you are not able to attend but still want to watch the keynotes, you can find the live stream after the jump.
Microsoft has reported it's Q1 FY earnings with Office 365 and the company's cloud services pushing the revenue needle higher.
Microsoft has acquired BlueTalon, a company that specializes in data governance.
Microsoft has released its Q2, FY Q4 earnings today with 33.7 billion in revenue, Net Income of $12.4 billion, and an Operating Income of $12.4 billion. These figures bested last years results by 12%, 49%, and 20% respectively.
Microsoft is rolling back changes to its partner program and will keep IUR benefits...for now.
Organizations have data in many different places that needs to be made available. Whether it is a physical server or a desktop, roaming laptop or a few other configurations – that data needs to be protected against everyday occurrences such as lapses in connectivity, hardware failures, file corruption — or even ransomware or theft.
At ShiftHappens this week, Brad Sams had the opportunity to sit down with the co-CEO of AvePoint, Tianyi Jiang, to talk about the birth of the company and the challenges his company has overcome during the past two decades.
At ShiftHappens this week, Brad Sams had the chance to sit down with Mario Carvajal, AvePoint's CTO, to talk about what's really happening in the world of digital transformation.
At Shift Happens this week, Brad Sams had a chance to sit down with Gino Degregori from Bravo Consulting Group to talk about how Federal and Corporate environments are different.
This week, we are at the ShiftHappens conference in Washington D.C and I had a chance to sit down with Stephen Dvoranchik who dives into the AvePoint ecosystem.