Microsoft has announced today that Dynamics 365 customers can now integrate with LinkedIn Sales Navigator and that they have a new product called Dynamics 365 for Talent designed for HR organizations.
Microsoft is preparing to release its productivity apps in the Windows Store which will help show the company’s commitment to Windows Cloud.
Because it always rains when I drive, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s new schedule for Windows 10 and Office 365, Qualcomm confirms Windows 10 on ARM schedule, Microsoft puts killing Wunderlist on its To-Do list, and more.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will received two feature updates per year and that Redstone 3 will arrive in September.
Microsoft is digging in when it comes to enterprise IoT with the company announcing several new products and security enhancements.
Microsoft has announced that it is improving the performance of SQL Server 2017 for Linux users and also bringing new tools to the table with easier access to AI.
Microsoft has announced today that they are buying Intentional Software, a company that builds productivity software designed for teams.
Microsoft has quietly patched security vulnerabilities used by the NSA after they were made public over the weekend but who tipped off Microsoft remains unknown.
Because Windows Vista is finally dead, this edition of Short Takes looks at the last stand for an unfairly maligned Windows version, the Creators Update, and upcoming Microsoft hardware events.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows Vista today; an OS that never had a chance at long-term success.
Microsoft is acquiring Deis, a container technology company; the software improves application agility, efficiency, and reliability, through their Kubernetes software stack.
Because Spring is finally in the air, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s customer satisfaction win over Apple, the Windows Insider Program for businesses, Xbox “Project Scorpio”, and much, much more.
Microsoft’s Windows as a Service model for Windows 10 brings with it many benefits but it is also creating a few issues as well for IT Pros.