Microsoft unveiled a couple of notable capabilities in its latest Windows 10 test build, including a new feature to give users easier access to Linux distro files.
From the next major update to Windows 10 to the next generations of .NET and PowerShell, here's what's on tap from Microsoft this year.
Many Microsoft partners already tap their Internal Use Rights for Office 365, but Dynamics 365 IURs are highly underused.
Users of Microsoft 365 Business will be able to access Azure Active Directory Premium P1 licensing free of charge, Microsoft said this month.
As partners scramble to meet urgent priorities in the face of the coronavirus, Microsoft took steps this month to remove its MPN requirements from their growing to-do lists.
Microsoft is promising to enable new edge computing scenarios for partners and developers with Azure Edge Zones, which became available as a preview this week.
In response to concerns about the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Microsoft is transitioning all of its big conferences in 2020 to be online only.
Microsoft is readying two new consumer editions of Microsoft 365 for release in April.
On April 21, Microsoft plans to update many of its Office 365-branded products to bear the "Microsoft 365" brand, the company announced Monday.
Microsoft recently shared some statistics on the growth of its services since widespread "shelter-in-place" mandates due to novel coronavirus concerns have taken effect.
Bill Gates has waded into the ongoing discussion over how the United States can curb the economic impact of the coronavirus without sacrificing public health.
Microsoft has acquired Affirmed Networks, buttressing its software-defined networking services just as mobile operators start rolling out 5G wireless technologies.
Microsoft plans to improve the ability of organizations to use third-party multifactor authentication solutions with the Microsoft Azure AD service.
Multiple SharePoint-related events this year have been cancelled, postponed or made virtual as a consequence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
As businesses transition their employees to remote work en masse, Microsoft is adjusting the availability of some Microsoft 365 features.
Due to concerns over COVID-19, Microsoft canceled the in-person portion of its massive annual partner conference, Microsoft Inspire, which had been scheduled for July.
Microsoft recently described how its Azure, AI and machine learning offerings are being used by researchers responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Microsoft recently described some devices that hardware partners have developed for the Microsoft Teams collaboration platform, which turned 3 years old this month.
Microsoft has extended the service lifetimes of certain editions of Windows 10 version 1709 due to "the public health situation" caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Microsoft recently announced several enhancements to the Microsoft Teams collaboration platform that will be "available later this year."
Way more people are kicking the tires of Microsoft Teams worldwide as the coronavirus forces people to work from the isolation of their homes as a public health measure.
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