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Microsoft powers cyber arm of the law in Cambridgeshire

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Peter Gothard hears how Windows 8.1 is helping the county's police with their inquiries
10 Jun 2014

Microsoft to introduce near-real-time translation to Skype

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Babel fish not required: Microsoft to release beta version of Skype translator before the end of the year
28 May 2014

Outlook Android app's security called into question by researchers

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Messages and attachments are not as well protected as Microsoft would have users believe, says Include Security
27 May 2014

Bill Gates only involved in Microsoft 'as much as Nadella wants him', says Chairman John Thompson

The man who led Microsoft's CEO search says Nadella's influence will soon be felt on the whole marketplace
27 May 2014

Microsoft: Be grateful for the data deluge

Value hidden in today's data is the revenue stream of the future, says chief envisioning officer Dave Coplin
23 May 2014

Computing Refresh: Salesforce invades UK, eBay hacked, and Microsoft reveals Surface Pro 3

Salesforce sets up shop in London, eBay reveals three-month old customer data hack, and Microsoft launches a 'laptop beater'.
23 May 2014

Microsoft-owned Nokia plans new Android smartphones

Nokia X and Nokia XL to be joined by new devices - despite Microsoft takeover
22 May 2014

What the Surface Pro 3 says about Microsoft's hardware strategy

Does Microsoft's hybrid tablet announcement point to a more focused hardware division under Satya Nadella's new company?
21 May 2014

Microsoft announces Surface Pro 3 *UPDATED*

Latest device in Surface range is larger, thinner and louder
20 May 2014

Microsoft: We still need humans!

Chief envisioning officer Dave Coplin counters ServiceNow CEO Frank Slootman's claim that IT departments are set for a massive wave of redundancies thanks to automation
20 May 2014

China bans government use of Windows 8

Chinese government does not want to rely on a foreign operating system, and is instead developing its own
20 May 2014

SAP apps heading to Microsoft’s Azure Cloud

Business Suite, All-in-One, Adaptive Server Enterprise and HANA all to be deployed by Q2
20 May 2014

Leaked NSA document shows Microsoft co-operation over Prism

Document suggests NSA routinely collected data from the Microsoft cloud
14 May 2014

Microsoft “Patch Tuesday” to fix critical security flaws

Bug fixes will fix two critical security flaws - but Windows XP users will be left vulnerable
13 May 2014

Cold store: Why retail chain Snow+Rock built its own ERP system

Specialist retail chain Snow+Rock is expanding both organically and via acquisition. IT director Shiva Kumar tells Graeme Burton how IT is supporting the company's growth – with an in-house developed ERP system
12 May 2014

Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter band together against 'net neutrality' plan

More than 100 tech firms sign letter opposing plans by FCC commmissioners
08 May 2014

Morson Group selects Intuitive Dashboards over "really, really expensive" QlikView

Recruitment firm claims it will save £123,902 per annum by implementing the solution
07 May 2014

Microsoft plans smaller Surface tablets and a silicon shift to Qualcomm

It lives! Windows RT to continue under new CEO Nadella with new launches in two weeks
07 May 2014

Nokia to invest $100m in smart car technology

Company is looking to expand into new fields after selling off mobile arm to Microsoft
07 May 2014

Microsoft case shows the increasingly long reach of government agencies

A US court has ordered Microsoft to hand over data about a user held in Ireland. But is that necessarily so unusual? Graeme Burton investigates
06 May 2014

Windows XP users get Internet Explorer fix

Microsoft to rush out fix for critical IE flaw running on Windows XP
02 May 2014

Infosec 2014: Word document threat intelligence not good enough - Santander

Threat intelligence providers that send their reports as Word documents are not doing their job properly, says head of operational risk unit
29 Apr 2014

“Each time we look at open source, Microsoft is cheaper” says local government CIO

Jos Creese, CIO for Hampshire County Council, explains why local and central government often procure proprietary software over open source, and large integrators over SMEs
29 Apr 2014

Microsoft admits major vulnerability in Internet Explorer

Windows XP users most at risk from 'Operation Clandestine Fox'
28 Apr 2014