Nineteen critical bug fixes in Microsoft Patch Tuesday - including a remote code execution flaw affecting HoloLens
Patch Tuesday isn't going away just yet, although Adobe may be kicking its patch habit
Too few volunteers even to patch major security flaws following LibreOffice "fork"
Remember Word macro viruses? This is even worse
Over-zealous date conversion to blame
Salesforce to take on Microsoft and Google with Quip cloud collaboration purchase
Hundreds take to Twitter as Microsoft service page insists 'no known issues'
Some new bells and whistles, but mostly just a solid cloud-based update
It'll sell by the bucketload, but does this shiny new hybrid actually have what enterprise productivity requires?
Sponsored Editorial: In today's climate, it's important to develop a rapid-access internal economic-financial ecosystem
CIO Fin Goulding heaps praise on Microsoft for starting to listen to customers more since Satya Nadella took over the CEO job
'It's so simple but very effective,' says Mark Ashmore of software that will aid Birmingham Metro extension
Open sourcing .NET, embracing the iPad and making Azure a platform for the ages. Has Microsoft finally got itself sorted?
Microsoft and Dropbox to offer Dropbox integration with Office365 - starting with Apple iOS and Android, not Windows Phone
Deal represents shift at Microsoft to provide more integration with third-party cloud services
The developer conference brought us open-sourced languages, Windows going free, and apps to span all Microsoft platforms. Has the software giant finally got its mojo back, asks Peter Gothard
Peter Gothard reports on how Allianz Insurance Ireland is using software to minimise the risk of data breaches occurring as a result of human error
Francis Maude says switch will result in cost savings and better collaboration
Group comprising British Airways and Iberia selects Microsoft tools to aid collaboration between its 58,000 staff
Cloud storage firm looking for full cross-platform integration for file storage
One million home users subscribe to Office out of 20 million total sales since January
Microsoft would be unwise to drop its offline version of Office just yet
Yammer and Lync contributed to 'straight forward choice' says group CIO
Microsoft says that customers can transfer their Office 2013 licences to other PCs after all
Counterfeit software is a cash cow for organised criminals, warns Microsoft
Analysts warn of vendor lock-in with latest update