Microsoft continues to wave its cloud computing banner high, as the firm's quarterly earnings call yesterday sounded very much like a rousing pep rally, with cloud service revenues slightly edging out analyst forecasts.
Microsoft this week took the wraps off Device Guard, which it says will allow enterprises to lock down their desktops so that only trusted apps can run.
There has been lots of discussion at RSA about how to approach security with containerization and yet only one thing is clear: best practices don't yet exist.
Microsoft has unveiled new features and initiatives to improve transparency and customers' control over their content in Office 365.
Nokia is reportedly considering making mobile phones again after selling its handset business to Microsoft, Re/code reported.
Despite all the advances in IT security, we are still living in the "Dark Ages" when it comes to the tools and tactics we cling to from the past, warned Amit Yoran, president of RSA, during his opening keynote address here Tuesday.
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Microsoft expanded its platform-as-a-service capabilities with the release of Azure Service Fabric, a new service aimed at developers and ISVs to help them build cloud-based applications with high levels of both scalability and customization.
Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled a new version of Office for Mac and today they've continued that multi-platform support through OneDrive support for the Apple Watch.
Microsoft has been gaining its share of followers with its Lync unified communication solution in both its on-premise and cloud-based deployment options. Still, there's work to do.