The new release includes branded portals, a new iOS app and an improved API for more efficient integration with third-party platforms and enterprise apps.
Touch-first, tablet-friendly mobile versions of Microsoft's Office apps are now available for the company's new OS.
Nlyte fills in the gaps between stand-alone ITSM systems and physical data center workflows with DCSM automation, so that they all can be managed centrally.
The deal reflects a significant trend in the IT business management market, as cloud service providers continue to gain market share over pure software makers.
In a few days, Microsoft's volume license customers can begin upgrading to Windows 10. Here's what's in store.
OS upgrades are filtering out to millions of users, and Microsoft's OEM partners are already shipping Windows 10 systems.
In an effort to boost UMA adoption, the Kantara Initiative is launching the UMA Dev Working Group to help build tools and educate the market.
Tomorrow's launch not only spells the end of the contentious Windows 8.x era, but it also kicks Microsoft's Internet of things plans into high gear.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The long-awaited upgrade cycle for Windows 10 is about to begin. Now it's time for enterprises to decide when and how to upgrade their computers.
Actifio pioneered copy data virtualization, which decouples business data from business infrastructure in the same way hypervisors decouple compute from servers.
A new software development kit allows businesses to tailor their Microsoft Dynamics-driven mobile CRM experience to suit their needs.
Customers can now test the next version of the email server and its hybrid cloud capabilities.
Windows 10 is officially launching on July 29, finally allowing consumers and enterprise users around the world to get their hands on an operating system that has, in many ways, fixed the mistakes Microsoft made with Windows 8. Better yet, Windows 10 will be available for free to current Windows 7 and Windows 8 users and will come bundled with the latest PCs from hardware manufacturers around the world. Thus, it's likely that within the next few months Windows 10 will be on millions of computers around the world. By that time, many PC users will have had a chance to see just how well the operating system is faring in comparison to the failure that was Windows 8. Still, many users have yet to decide whether to upgrade to Windows 10 on launch day or any time after, and questions remain about the value the platform will provide if they decide to adopt it. After all, it's the early adopters that get burned by unforeseen software glitches. However, here's a look at why some PC users may want to upgrade to Windows 10.
Microsoft Edge is about to take over for Internet Explorer, and with the new browser comes an updated set of F12 tools with streamlined CSS editing, cookie management and more.
Microsoft ends its 2015 fiscal year stung by the massive Nokia write-off and declining PC sales. Cloud remains a bright spot, however.