Microsoft's latest Inspire conference was filled with news and initiatives. Here are 11 moments that captured where the company and its partners are heading.
Microsoft on Thursday reported earnings per share of $1.37 and a 12% gain in revenues to $33.72 billion for the fourth quarter.
The upcoming Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is getting a few feature tweaks aimed at enterprise and business users.
Microsoft put the spotlight on its strategic collaborations during Day 3 of Inspire, chief among them a "multiyear" alliance with AT&T.
Microsoft alerted users that those not presently using the most current version of Windows 10 will soon be prompted to make the switch.
Microsoft is taking a big step in the direction of making Azure a friendlier platform for managed service providers.
Organizations managing complex applications in Azure can begin test-driving a new capability that helps alleviate network-latency concerns.
It's been a few years since Microsoft talked about how many partners it had. This year at Inspire, Microsoft is shouting out the figures from the rooftops.
Microsoft is reversing course on a plan to revoke partners' ability to use IURs after a substantial partner backlash.
Microsoft talked up its Teams collaboration service as part of the run-up to Inspire, including its more than "13 million daily active users."
In media briefings in advance of Microsoft Inspire, Gavriella Schuster addressed a major brewing controversy in the Microsoft partner community.
For those of you going to Microsoft's annual partner confab in Las Vegas, here's what to expect.
Microsoft now plans to support the use of Office 365 ProPlus on Windows Server 2019, even for organizations using it in VDI scenarios.
SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 will no longer receive security patches from Microsoft as of Tuesday, July 9.
In a bid to win over enterprises in highly regulated industries, Microsoft and ServiceNow have extended their existing cloud partnership.
Organizations can now begin to use to Desktop Analytics to measure the compatibility of their applications with Windows 10.
Six questions with Mike Reinhart, founder and CEO of Quisitive, a company that is making big waves in the Microsoft partner channel.
An announcement on Microsoft's partner Web site indicates that the popular internal use rights (IUR) benefit will be discontinued in less than a year.
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