Tag Archive for: Microsoft

Firefox Support in Windows Vista and XP Nears an End

By Joe Hewitson

Following in the footsteps of Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Google Chrome, Mozilla is prepped to end Firefox support in Vista and XP. Read More

By Joe Hewitson
News Writer

December 28, 2016

Is Self-Driving Technology a Collision Course With IT Security?

By Doug Bonderud

A recent survey found that more than 60 percent of respondents said they are "somewhat or very positive" about self-driving technology. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

October 12, 2016

Survey: Team Alignment Can Minimize Friction Between IT and Business

By Jeff Bertolucci

The interaction between IT and business groups is as complex as any long-term relationship, an often contentious alliance that can hurt team alignment. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

September 8, 2016

Microsoft Explores Flow Battery Technology to Make Data Centers Carbon-Neutral

By Jacqueline Lee

Microsoft has launched an initiative to develop utility-scale flow battery technology for data centers, making it easier to rely exclusively on renewables. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

August 15, 2016

Microsoft Postpones Azure Stack Release, Narrows Deployment Options

By Jacqueline Lee

Microsoft has revealed a new strategy for Azure Stack, which includes delaying its release until mid-2017 and limiting it to certain kinds of hardware. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 14, 2016

Microsoft Expands Its Surface Enterprise Initiative With New Partnerships

By Kelley Katsanos

Microsoft's new partnerships will allow the company to expand its Surface Enterprise initiative and focus on business users. Read More

By Kelley Katsanos
News Writer

July 14, 2016

Microsoft Positions Holographic Technology for Everyday Business Use With Its HoloLens

By Kelley Katsanos

Microsoft positions its HoloLens' holographic technology for everyday business use, according to a recent CIO article. Read More

By Kelley Katsanos
News Writer

July 12, 2016

SAP HANA on Microsoft Azure Brings Advantages, Aids Cloud Adoption

By Kelley Katsanos

Microsoft and SAP are broadening their partnership by bringing Office 365 integration and SAP HANA on Azure. Read More

By Kelley Katsanos
News Writer

May 20, 2016

Microsoft Pulls Controversial Wi-Fi Sense From Latest Windows 10 Build

By Jeff Bertolucci

A year after its release, Microsoft has opted to remove Wi-Fi Sense from its latest Windows 10 build. Why? It reportedly wasn't worth the trouble. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

May 13, 2016

Windows Store for Businesses Introduces Volume Sales of Paid Apps

By Jeff Bertolucci

Developers can now sell apps in volume on Microsoft's Windows Store for Business, an encouraging sign for software vendors that create paid apps. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

May 9, 2016