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.
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.
Aidan summarizes what’s been going on in Azure IaaS in August, and I’ll also discuss a few features and services that you might have missed or forgotten about.
Microsoft is introducing new quality-of-life updates for Office 365 but they still will not let consumers buy more storage.
Microsoft has recently rolled out an update to Teams that fixes one of the most annoying issues with the application.
Microsoft is finally bringing Intune support to its task management application, To-Do.
Microsoft says that Teams now matches Skype for Business Online’s feature set but the company still won’t say when they will decommission Skype.
Microsoft is ending support for its Sway iOS app but the company says that they are not sunsetting the entire platform…yet.
This month sees a host of memory corruption vulnerabilities patched and Intel discovers a new speculative execution side channel flaw.
Next up on Microsoft’s Mixed Reality agenda is bringing the platform to Visio and we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to learn more about this update.
If you needed any (more) evidence that Microsoft’s Cloud platform is the future of the company, for the year ended June 30th, Microsoft smashed earnings expectations with Net Income of $8.9 billion.