Microsoft has made the news official, Skype for Business will be going away and Teams is the new future for communication.
Microsoft has announced a significant number of updates to its Azure platform that includes everything from licensing terms to Azure stack.
Microsoft’s premier ERP software is getting several new features including AI, modular apps and deeper integration with PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.
Microsoft’s Ignite conference kicks off next week and here is what you should be looking for at the big event.
Take your PowerShell class programming to the next level! Define constructors to simplify the creation of the classes, and use inheritance to create a hierarchy of classes and subclasses that inherit properties and methods.
Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016 is now available and it includes support for SharePoint Framework-based custom web parts that have previously only been available in SharePoint Online as part of Office 365.
Microsoft has cut additional staff from their payroll with the layoffs impacting not only sales but engineering too.
It looks like Microsoft is going to rebrand Skype for Business and bring the platform under the Teams umbrella.
Microsoft is planning to release the first iteration of Windows Server from its semi-annual channel at Ignite next month.
Aidan Finn discusses the impact of the end of Nano as a viable operating system for physical and virtual machines.
Microsoft and Red Hat are deepening their relationship to make it easier to run containers in your environment regardless of the operating system.
Microsoft has acquired Cycle Computing which is a cloud orchestrator and should make it easier to tap into the raw power of Azure.
Microsoft is opening two new data regions in Australia and hopes to grab a large section of that growing market.