Microsoft moves Windows Server to the same twice-yearly update cycle as Windows 10 and Office
Microsoft partners worked together to scrap the physical data centre
Microsoft rushes out patch for Windows XP to prevent another WannaCry attack via a Shadow Brokers release
'INCOMING!' warns Microsoft as it issues new critical patch for Windows XP
Apple, Dell and Kingston to join Foxconn-led bid for Toshiba Memory Corp - and Amazon may join them too
Consortium of US technology companies intended to allay Japanese government's tech-transfer fears
Did the world need the XBox One X? What sort of games is it likely to herald? And will there be an ounce of originality in any of them?
Software giant hopes data scientists will be able to be more productive with Spark
Microsoft deal for Hexadite believed to be around $100m
Microsoft is abusing dominant position to favour Windows Defender over other IT security products, claims Kaspersky
Microsoft taking steps to ensure that 'rogue' builds aren't released in future
Closed-source software developed on open-source
Microsoft's response to Windows 10 Enterprise group policy privacy setting claims? Don't mess with the settings!
Microsoft in humdrum update to Surface Pro - upgraded CPU and improvement in battery life the only changes of note
Small change for such a big announcement
New Windows 10 hybrid will be powered by an Intel Kaby Lake microprocessor
Mass ransomware attack may be exploiting unpatched Microsoft SMB MS17-010 vulnerability using NSA tools
WannaCry/WanaCrypt0r 2.0 attachers probably using the NSA EternalBlue exploit to hit Windows SMB vulnerability
'Windows Graph is the glue between all your devices which makes it all happen'. And for the first time, 'Windows PCs will love all your devices'
Londoners will be charged more than residents of Caracas to get their ransomed files back
Microsoft releases emergency patch to fix severe remote-code execution flaw that exploits Windows' own anti-virus engine
Microsoft acts quickly following disclosure by Google's Project Zero bug-hunters
UK DBAs earn less than half of the $94,000 US DBAs earn on average, suggests survey
Microsoft unveils Surface laptop running Windows 10 S - strictly tied to Microsoft's own Windows app store
Microsoft's first steps to taking full control of the Windows eco-system?
Microsoft Surface sales fall 26 per cent in its third quarter, but cloud revenues increased 11 per cent
Office 365 now boasts more than 100 million users
Windows 10 users driven mad by driver issues
Company apologises for error - admits it received pretty much the same number as usual
Microsoft 'officialises' unofficial Windows 10 updates policy
AWS distinguished engineer James Hamilton refutes Mark Hurd's cloud investment argument