Microsoft this week announced its "Wave 2" product release plans for its Dynamics 365 enterprise resource planning solutions, as well as its Power Platform.
A recent update to Office 365's Office Customization Tool will let organizations save their configuration files in Microsoft's cloud datacenters to access later.
Sometime rivals Microsoft and Oracle are expanding their partnership to deliver "cross-cloud" capabilities for larger organizations.
Significant tweaks are coming to the Microsoft Partner Network, including more challenging competency requirements and advanced specializations.
Microsoft unveiled several Office 365 improvements recently, including a new Windows desktop release, as well as improved setup and branding capabilities.
IDC's 2019 PC market forecast is promising an "interesting year," with Windows 7's deadline providing a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy market.
Modern PCs need a "modern operating system," Microsoft said at the recent Computex hardware event in Taipei.
Organizations must change some settings in their deployment tools before rolling out version 1903 of both Windows 10 and Windows Server.
Microsoft's recent SharePoint Conference was a typically dense affair, with announcements spanning Microsoft 365 and Office 365.
Veeam is unusual among private software companies in that it regularly and publicly shares financial performance data via press release.
Veeam is forging ahead with a second generation of its orchestration technology for disaster recovery that could present significant opportunities for the company's partners.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the general availability of the latest "semiannual channel release" versions of both Windows 10 and Windows Server.
Organizations whose Office 365 environments were set up by third-party partners are at risk of a number of security misconfigurations, a federal computer security watchdog warned on Monday.
After a lengthy development process, Microsoft and Red Hat this week announced the general availability of their Azure Red Hat OpenShift service.
Buried in Microsoft's slew of Build-related announcements this week was an expansion of the co-sell program that has already incented the Microsoft field to sell billions of dollars worth of partners' solutions.