Nearly all of Microsoft’s services are now powered by Azure

Seems no better way to sell you cloud services and products than to use them yourself.

Are Microsoft’s Azure cloud services seriously broken? (Q&A)

There appear to be some serious problems with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. We spoke to CloudSigma’s CEO Robert Jenkins to try and find out how difficult these issues might be to fix.Read more:

Here’s What You Need To Know From Microsoft’s Cloud Event

Today in San Francisco, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella and his lieutenant Scott Guthrie detailed the status of their company’s cloud efforts, breaking out a few growth metrics, and announcing several new features that they hope will spur growth.

Microsoft Sees An Intelligent, Mobile-Focused Future Of Productivity

At a recent event on its Redmond campus, Microsoft executives explained their views on the future of productivity to a small press cadre. The company’s CEO, Satya Nadella, opened the day’s happenings with an explanation of the company’s core focuses, listing platform work,

How to smoothly migrate from Windows Server 2003: 12 best practices outlined

We’ve got a heap of good advice straight from the trenches when it comes to the reality of migrating from Windows Server 2003, an OS which is now on death row.Read more:

The importance of IT systems resiliency, and five ways SMBs can achieve it

As overused as it may be, the old mantra still holds definitively true – you're only as strong as your weakest link, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to your IT systems.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

With IPO Hopes Fading, Square And Box Face Reality Of Commodity Products

Square and Box would seem to be the very epitome of every startup founder’s dream of reaching the pinnacle of entrepreneurial success. Take a kernel of an idea and turn it into a massive, multi-billion-dollar company that publicly debuts in an IPO. For the founders involved,

Weekend Recap: Windows 10 for phones, 6snap and Snapchat, CES 2015, and much more

This week has been quite interesting in the world of Microsoft. We've covered a lot over the past week and chances are you most likely missed an important piece of news. Let's take a look back in a feature we call "Weekend Recap," highlighting the popular stories from the past week.

How I learned to stop worrying and love the Windows Phone 8.1

Of all the mobile platforms out there, Windows Phone 8.1 was literally the absolute last option I ever thought I would land upon. I had a burning hatred for Windows on the mobile side.Read more:

Why Microsoft should dump Skype, and roll its user base into Lync

We discuss the compelling case for killing off Skype in favour of Lync, and why there’s a fair chance this is what Microsoft might have in mind.Read more:

The circle of distrust: Why IT departments are set to become the exception rather than the rule

We look at the future of the IT department, and how IT staffers are in many ways killing their reputation and bringing on their own extinction.Read more:

Windows 10 news recap: Apple testing Podcasts and Apple Music app for Windows 10, Windows 10X build

Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Microsoft news recap: OneDrive increases upload file size limit to 250GB, Microsoft encouraged to re

Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft, Oracle, and others are working together on Vaccination Credential Initiative A group of technology companies, including Microsoft,

Microsoft ships new Windows 10 build to Dev channel Insiders with no new features

Microsoft has just announced the release of the cumulative update build 21292.1010 for Dev Channel Insiders, which follows the release of the build 21292 two days ago. If the latter brought a couple of bug fixes for news and interests in the taskbar,

Microsoft CVP of Azure marketing Julia White is leaving to SAP

Julia White, a Microsoft veteran and currently CVP of Product Marketing for Azure, Developer Tools, and Servers is leaving the company to join SAP as Chief marketing and solutions officer.

Microsoft, Oracle, and others are working together on Vaccination Credential Initiative

Microsoft has partnered with Oracle, Salesforce, and other health and tech companies to work together on a Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI) to enable people to access COVID-19 vaccination records on their smartphones.

Hands-on video: Our look at the future of Windows and the leaked Windows 10X build in action

In this video, we'll look at the leaked version of Windows 10X for single-screen PCs, and how it could be the future of Windows.

Apple is reportedly testing new Music and Podcasts app for Microsoft platforms in private beta

Apple may be ready to ship new Music and Podcasts app for Xbox consoles and/or Windows 10 PCs, according to a new report from 9to5Mac. The new apps would follow the release of the Apple TV app on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles in November, which allow Xbox owners to purchase movies and […]

Microsoft VP Brad Anderson is leaving the company to join Qualtrics

Microsoft corporate vice president of Commercial Management Experiences, Brad Anderson, is leaving the company after 18 years. As noted in a post on ZDNet, Anderson will join Qualtrics as President of Products & Services. Anderson posted about his decision to leave Microsoft in a post on LinkedIn.

CES 2021: AMD announces new Ryzen 5000 mobile CPUs

In recent years, AMD made some big moves to increase adoption of its chips in the laptop market, and today the company announced its new Ryzen 5000 mobile CPUs that should give Intel some serious competition.

Microsoft Planner starts rolling out custom background images for plans

Microsoft Planner users can now try out a new Smart Backgrounds feature that brings the ability to personalize Planner boards. The company has announced that the feature is currently rolling out to all users in the Planner web experience,



New Bing experiment offers predictions on the outcome of a given event

Microsoft is looking to make Bing as smart as possible with a new experimental feature that attempts to predict the outcome of a given event. Microsoft is basing this on a variety of different "signals" such as search queries and social input from Facebook and Twitter.




目前市面上的诸多智能手表产品只能够用一个丑字来形容。 不过这种情况将发生变化。

While bankers battle bonuses, the tech sector booms

TechCrunch is bringing an entirely different party to London this October: TechCrunch Disrupt, which seems apt, considering London’s increasingly important role as a tech hub.Read more:



9 Minimal Word Processor Apps for Distraction-Free Writing

Many of us have some kind of writing to do during the course of the work day, but how do you get down to some serious typing with so many distractions around? These mobile and desktop apps tackle the problem head-on,


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Security Startup Malwarebytes Raises Another $50M From Fidelity

Malwarebytes, a security company that started when its cofounder was still a teenager fixing his parents’ infected computer, has come a long way from its bootstrapped roots. Today the startup’s software is used by millions of consumers and some 70,

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