Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is cloud-gazing on a grand scale--$20 billion worth of cloud in fact.
Microsoft continues to wave its cloud computing banner high, as the firm's quarterly earnings call yesterday sounded very much like a rousing pep rally, with cloud service revenues slightly edging out analyst forecasts.
Microsoft is upping its Yammer service to make it easier for groups and teams to work with individuals outside of the organization, while still keeping information secure.
This week marks the beginning of the end of Microsoft Lync Online, as the vendor starts to shift its customers from Lync to Skype for Business Online, which officially launched yesterday.
Microsoft's Office 365 and Apple's iOS devices are becoming the main tools of the mobile workforce, according to survey of 1,500 business users who downloaded the harmon.ie Mobile app.
Following up on a pledge made at TechEd Europe in October, Microsoft announced on Monday that it is offering built-in mobile device management for Office 365 for commercial users.
Microsoft announced it is closing down it's SharePoint Online Public Website in January, to "focus on future investments and broaden partnerships with industry leaders." Existing Office 365 customers will have access to the feature for another two years but new customers will need to choose a third-party solution.
In a turnaround with regards to the mobile version of its Office productivity suite, Microsoft has dropped the requirement for an Office 365 subscription for consumers.
Microsoft is adding new data loss prevention features across its Office 365 product line.
This week, OpenText launched eDOCS DM 10, its information management system for the legal industry.