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By Sean McGrath Apr 24, 2015

Cloud sales double for Microsoft

Revenue up, profit is down, but the big news coming out of Redmond is that commercial cloud sales have doubled for the fourth consecutive quarter Continue Reading


By Caroline Baldwin Jan 14, 2015


By Celso Mello Evaluate Jan 01, 2015

Why buy Microsoft?

Lots of criticism is leveled against the vendor. It doesn’t lead; its software is costly. But there are good reasons to do things the Windows way. Continue Reading


By Jeremy Stanley News Apr 30, 2015

Experts share predictions for Microsoft Ignite

Experts give insights on Microsoft Ignite, what Windows services they hope to hear about, and whether this show will live up to TechEd conference fame. Continue Reading


By Lauren Horwitz News Apr 30, 2015

Could Oracle, Microsoft, or IBM buy Salesforce?

Only a few companies could afford to buy Is a buyout on the horizon, though? Continue Reading


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Test your knowledge of Microsoft Azure

How much do you know about Microsoft Azure, the latest version of Microsoft’s Azure cloud software? This quiz will test your knowledge. Continue Reading


By Tim Ehrens News Apr 13, 2015

Microsoft Convergence focuses on analytics, cloud

Microsoft Convergence attendees explored the new cloud-based Power BI analytics tool at the conference. Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Apr 10, 2015

Microsoft enables Office editing in Dropbox

Microsoft and Dropbox have extended their partnership, allowing users to share documents on OneDrive with Dropbox Continue Reading


By Jeremy Stanley News Apr 09, 2015

Microsoft goes small with Nano Server

What's more (or less) Server Core than Server Core? Microsoft's Nano Server, expected in the next release of Windows Server, will be all about PowerShell management. Continue Reading