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
Google and Microsoft solutions particularly desirable, says infrastructure manager Jayson Dudley
Sinofsky replaced by the creator of the Microsoft Office 'ribbon' interface...
Enterprise social network joins YouTube, Facebook, Flickr with built-in support
Microsoft looking for a new test engineer to 'be part of Microsoft's next move on the Mac and on iOS'
VBA upgrade steals the show in new Office enterprise reveal
Office to be seen "as a service" says Ballmer
Lync, Exchange and SharePoint updates also expected
Enterprise and Small Business are gone, but what remains is 'simpler' says company
Underpowered but competitively priced, Google's early bird could yet get the worm
With the release of Windows 8 imminent - and support for Windows XP being withdrawn in 2014 - organisations are facing some crucial desktop decisions
Will Microsoft's new tablet conquer the market, or kill the company's OEM relationships stone dead?
Issues to address when moving to Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite
RIM launches beta of BlackBerry Business Cloud Services with full rollout expected January 2012
Replacement to Microsoft BPOS and rival to Google Apps now out of beta phase
Despite a few glitches, there's plenty in Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite that should appeal to firms with limited in-house IT resources
Analysts say new feature is no game-changer