According to data from a recent survey, a large number of businesses are interested and looking to adopt Windows 10. If this is true, Microsoft could be in for a very big win with the new OS.
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Chromebook sales are predicted to grow 27% this year - but last year's sales figures reveal that just 1% of Chromebook purchases were made by business customers in the US and EMEA regions in 2014.
Microsoft has just announced that it is releasing the first public preview of Skype for Business. The new program is designed to replace Lync and unify Microsoft's offerings for the enterprise.
Microsoft describes its Convergence 2015 conference as the "premier event for its business community" - and the company's CEO Satya Nadella is kicking things off with the opening keynote.
The Chinese government wants foreign technology companies operating inside its borders to hand over their software's source code and use only state-approved encryption algorithms.
A new app has been released to let office workers speak their mind while at work, without getting caught. Named Memo, it is an app that aims to make a company better by giving employees a voice.
HP's new business-focused Windows tablet includes stylus and 3G support, 8MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, 2GB RAM, up to 64GB storage, and the option to pre-install Windows 8.1 Pro.
Microsoft has announced today new features that will be coming with Windows 10 that will help corporate users adapt to the 'mobile-first' world that is quickly impacting the enterprise environment.
HP may revive a plan to essentially spin off its consumer-focused business, according to new reports from The Wall Street Journal and Re/code.
Microsoft has announced today that they are rolling out Delve to Office 365 business customers that will help them discover relevant information from across their work life.
Microsoft's Stephen Elop has said that the company is gearing up for 'mass production' of its gigantic Perceptive Pixel touchscreens, which could lead to wider availability and, perhaps, lower prices.
A new Bitdefender report has found that nearly 20% of small and medium-sized businesses still run Windows XP-powered computers on a daily basis two months since support for the ageing OS ended.
Microsoft has announced their updated Desktop Optimization Pack for the corporate environment. Included in the kit is an updated BitLocker application, as well as how-to guides and tutorials.
Phil Spencer has taken over as the head of Microsoft's Xbox division, just two weeks after its former leader, Marc Whitten, departed the company for a similar role at Sonos.
The U.K.'s largest 4G network, EE, has launched the world's first data bundle, offering one petabyte - or one million gigabytes - of data for business customers, with a price tag of £8m ($12.86m).
Microsoft has announced three companies will be providing a number of business-themed accessories for the company's Surface tablets, and also provided an update on its Surface enterprise efforts.
Microsoft has announced plans for an "enterprise feature pack" for Windows Phone 8, bringing VPN support, encrypted email, MDM policies to control handset functionality and app installation, and more.
The activist group Americans for Tax Fairness is running a 4th of July campaign to draw attention to alleged tax avoidance strategies used by several major U.S. technology companies.
Nokia has agreed to buy out Siemens' stake in the telecommunications equipment joint venture between the two companies for $2.2 billion, the Lumia manufacturer has announced.
Nobody likes to be accused of 'pulling out' too early, even if it's only related to a boring desktop sector in the market. Samsung were quick to right this wrong by issuing a statement of denial.
Microsoft has revealed some of what it plans to add to Windows 8.1 that will be useful for business and enterprise customers when the free Windows 8 update launches later this year.
Reports have shown Samsung OLED displays are being used in Google Glass. Despite a certain wariness by other companies, it appears Google still considers the Korean company an ally.
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With cloud based storage & sharing becoming ever present in the home, Dropbox are venturing into the corporate world by introducing Dropbox for Business, adding security and collaborative features.
Apple may drop Samsung altogether from delivering touch panels for the iPad mini, new reports suggest. Consequently, display company Innolux are set to fulfil the orders for the next gen device.
Yahoo may be in talks to to purchase a 75% stake in video site Dailymotion as part of an ownership structure that is currently being considered. The site could be valued at around $300 million.
It's no secret Apple have a gadget in the works designed for our wrists, exerting a team of 100 staff led by Jony Ive to work full time on the project, as it has been reported in the past week.
The PC industry may be shrinking as a whole but Apple's Mac sales are going up according to new data from NPD showing sales are significantly higher than this time last year.
Visa and Samsung have made a deal that will see the handset maker integrate Visa's payment software in its smartphones and tablets including the upcoming Galaxy S IV flagship.
CEO of BlackBerry Thorsten Heins says that sales of its BlackBerry 10 smartphones are running faster than expected causing the company to increase production to keep up demand.
Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkey slashes BlackBerry's Z10 smartphone sales estimates after the launch in the UK and Canada came with limited supply and less demand than expected.
With a little help from the impending Unicorn Apocalypse, Samsung show that it is ready for the enterprise with security and workflow features of the Galaxy S III and Note 2 offered out of the box.
Google is coming under fire today for a recent relevation that it saved about $2 billion in worldwide income taxes by shifting nearly $10 billion of its revenues to a shell company in Bermuda.
Microsoft has added additional functionality to the Office 2013 preview, with a quick reply button in Outlook 2013 to streamline plenty of business professionals' workflows and reduce open windows.
In the run up to the Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 consumer launch, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has indicated that they are taking a page out of Apple's book with their corporate strategy.
As Lenovo expands into areas such as mobile, they are considering company acquisitions to drive the growth of the company, as they aim to overtake Hewlett Packard as market leader.
Gogo, a major provider for internet on aircraft, has been granted the right to provide airborne internet in Canada as well as the USA, with the intention of having the network ready for late 2013.
Microsoft has offered more information on what the completion of the RTM build of Windows 8 means for businesses if they are running earlier versions of Windows.
According to tweets from San Francisco, Microsoft could be buying Yammer for a considerable sum of money, or at least considering it.
Nokia believes its Lumia Windows Phones are perfect for business customers, and the company's David Mason sat down with Neowin at Microsoft TechEd 2012 to explain why.
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Bestselling author Malcom Gladwell says that 50 years from now we'll have statues of Bill Gates, but people will be asking "who was Steve Jobs?" Of course, no one will remember Microsoft, either.
In a new blog post, Microsoft talks about how businesses can go about releasing Metro-based Windows 8 applications for their employees and customers by a number of means.
The micro-blogging website, tumblr, has announced a somewhat controversial move to switch to paid advertising.
It has been revealed that shortly before being shut down, Megaupload was investigating options for raising money for the organisation through a public stock offering.
Facebook's new Timeline profile design is beginning to show up on the service's business and other fan pages, offering organizations more ways to customize their Facebook profiles.
Nokia's Windows Phones now cover a broad range of price points, but additional form factors are in development - including one with a hardware keyboard - that will expand the Lumia range further.
Microsoft is presenting Windows 8 as perfect for consumers and businesses, but the company admits that the ARM version of the OS lacks the enterprise management features found on x86 and x64 versions.
We're just hours away from the Windows 8 Consumer Preview launch and Microsoft has released a 16-page document that details some business-related features to be found within the Preview