Microsoft today released its Office 2016 productivity suite globally, which brings with it new versions of the Office desktop apps for Windows, namely Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Project, Visio and Access. One of the most notable updates is co-authoring capabilities for the desktop versions of Word, PowerPoint and OneNote for documents that are stored on OneDrive.
Many CIOs and IT managers are awaiting the arrival of Microsoft's much ballyhooed augmented reality headset HoloLens. Redmond said it will be available for enteprrise customers "within the next year."
From the stage of Salesforce's annual conference, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella revealed ways that his company uses data to drive business decisions.
Microsoft has named longtime executive Brad Smith as its president.
On an overseas business trip and need to translate a phrase without missing a beat? Microsoft may have the solution with the Thursday release of its Translator app on the Apple Watch and Android Wear.
Windows 10 shipped this week and with it a bevy of new apps from Microsoft. Chief among them is a replacement for the long derided Internet Explorer in the form of Edge. While the update to the baked-in browser is widely seen as an upgrade, users have found that an upgrade to Windows 10 will disregard the previous version's default browser and automatically institute Edge as Web surfing go-to.
The write-down of its Nokia Devices and Services business and the cost of recently announced restructing and layoffs at the firm saw Microsoft post a loss of $3.2 billion for its last fiscal quarter, just ended.
Microsoft blew the mobile opportunity and does not want to make the "same mistake" in other areas, such as wearables, CEO Satya Nadella told ZDNet in an interview at the Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Orlando.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella continued his all-things-mobile, all-things-cloud message to the faithful this morning, at the firm's Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando.
Microsoft announced a few organizational changes at the company Wednesday, most notably that Stephen Elop – who left Microsoft to take the helm of Nokia, only to return to Microsoft when it acquired the handset maker – is once again leaving the company.