Slides purporting to show Windows 8 features, release date, have emerged on the Web.
Google, Microsoft and other companies are offering Web-based apps as an alternative to traditional office software suites. Gartner analysts tested them to see if they're ready for prime time.
Microsoft today described an operating system branding and restructuring effort aimed at the enterprise mobile devices market.
What do the FBI, Microsoft and the American Bankers Association all have in common? Answer: They're all collaborating against online fraud.
Monster.com has launched several initiatives with state and local governments to connect jobseekers with potential local employers.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources uses Caspio's platform as a service to allow searches of its records while keeping all of its data in-house -- only the index resides in the cloud.
The outright failures of some ERP efforts and the dubious performance of others have prompted many analysts to question if there’s something inherently flawed in the idea of building large, centralized ERPs.
AT&T offers mobile apps to free government field workers from the office.
Having consolidated systems across the city, Philadelphia is now bringing geographic information systems tools to nearly all its departments.
Microsoft today noted that a Windows help function flaw is now being exploited by hackers.
Security bulletin MS10-036 is designed to fix an "important" vulnerability in Office XP, Office 2003 and Office 2007.
With Team Foundation Server 2010, Agile project management is greatly improved. Scrum developers now have another option. Microsoft announced a new Scrum process template at Tech Ed.
Microsoft launched its free Windows Live versions of Office Web Apps on Monday.
Microsoft today released 10 fixes in its June security update, with three deemed "critical" and seven considered "important" to patch.
Microsoft reseases a set of technical documentation and tools that allow enhanced access to Outlook files by government agencies.