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Today Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, will take the stage at a company event to show us what's next for the company's Cloud and enterprise efforts. You can watch the event live right here.
This morning Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, explained his thoughts on the Cloud, Windows 10, and women's rights in the workplace, in a series of wide-ranging interviews on TV.
A bug found in some older versions of the Dropbox desktop app is to blame for some users' files being deleted from the cloud. Some data is permanently lost but the company is trying to fix things.
From new Surface tablets and interesting experiments, to new Office, the end of the Icon and some 'inarticulate' comments, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
Microsoft has sent out invites to an event to be held on October 20 in San Francisco, to be hosted by Satya Nadella and Scott Guthrie, at which it will discuss "what's ahead" for its cloud services.
Satya Nadella was on stage at Gartner Symposium ITxpo and talked about the company's future plans for the enterprise and gave new insight into the value proposition Microsoft offers.
Microsoft has stated that they will be building new data centers in India to help create a local footprint in the second largest country by population in an effort to boost cloud adoption.
Should we be trusting our data to the nameless, faceless cloud and if so, can we protect ourselves at all? If not, why do so many people trust their data to companies they know nothing about?
Dropbox Pro now offers just a single $9.99 a month tier, including a terabyte of storage - but for $6.99 a month, you can get a Microsoft Office 365 subscription which includes 1TB on OneDrive.
It has been rumored for some time that Microsoft would take Windows to the cloud and offer it as a service, but this could be a reference to their Azure RemoteApp product that offers up the DaaS.
Microsoft has ended a program that provided discounts for committing to spending various levels per month and in return, Microsoft would give you a discount on your services.
Microsoft's cloud platform, Azure, is growing very quickly and is expected to be the largest cloud service on the planet by the end of this year, surpassing Amazon and Salesforce.
Microsoft has announced a suite of new services available for its cloud platform, Azure, and exceptional support is something that the company plans to specialize in to make its service stand out.
Microsoft is bringing machine learning algorithms to Azure in a way that makes deploying the technology easy and quick; it's a big play for the service to differentiate itself from other platforms.
Microsoft has released a major new update for its OneDrive app for Windows Phone devices, adding many new improvements such as display enhancements on large screen phones andd more.
A new report from Wzor states that the Start menu will make its return to Windows this fall - but that's not all: there are a few more details about a new Windows Cloud service as well.
Microsoft is live streaming its major press conference from San Francisco today, which will feature its new CEO Satya Nadella, and you can watch the whole thing on Neowin.
Microsoft is holding a press conference on March 27th in San Francisco and Satya Nadella will be speaking at the event which will talk about the cloud and mobile devices.
Microsoft reportedly showed some of its employees a prototype of a game streaming service at an internal meeting today that will offer high end games on Windows Phones and low end PCs
Nokia's entry into the world of in-car connection is HERE Auto, connecting cars to the cloud with a number of features revolving around navigation whilst APIs will pave the way for future development.
Microsoft's Xbox One is fast becoming a challenging opponent for the PlayStation 4, as Microsoft has revealed that the console is to feature unlimited cloud storage for all Xbox Live users.
Microsoft says that a new study it commissioned from IDC shows that its partners that have 50 percent of their revenue based on cloud products make more profit compared to other partners.
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft has gone further than ever before in integrating SkyDrive into its OS - and the company hopes its users will soon embrace it as their default file storage solution.
Microsoft and Oracle executives, including Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Oracle president Mark Hurd, will be holding a press conference on Monday, but details have yet to be revealed.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer, who is the head of Microsoft Game Studios, has stated that the Xbox One is 3x as powerful as the Xbox 360 but then later corrected that statement on Twitter.
At a behind closed doors session during E3 2013, Microsoft showed us some demos of how the Xbox One console will handle cloud-based data, along with a look at its Kinect technology.
One of the interesting tidbits we heard this week was the fact that Microsoft has been building datacenters in parking lots. Even more interesting? They don't put a roof on the datacenter.
The Space Monkey Kickstarter campaign has reached its goal in only a few hours. Space Monkey offers large ammounts of cheap cloud storage via a small external device that's attached to your network.
What does Microsoft have planned for the enterprise environment? We'll be traveling to Las Vegas next week to talk with company leaders to find out their vision for the corporate world.
With Windows Live Mesh shutting down on February 13, it's time to claim all your data from the soon-to-be-retired cloud service and switch to using SkyDrive for the syncing and sharing of files.
Microsoft is currently experiencing some downtime for part of its Xbox Live online service, specifically with its cloud-based features which affects the Xbox 360 console and Xbox.com.
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Some assets have been uncovered that show some sort of cloud music player is in the works for SkyDrive, perhaps to facilitate a BYO music streaming solution similar to iCloud and Google Play Music
Following the successful launch of Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8, Microsoft is expanding its public cloud platform to China, giving businesses access to the full range of Azure services.
Kim Dotcom might be gearing up to launch his new venture, but the EFF's fight for Megaupload users' data is far from over, and now the government is saying that they don't really own their cloud data.
The Pirate Bay has announced it has now gotten rid of its physical servers in favor of putting its data in some kind of cloud server set up, although it is rather vague in terms of details.
Data centers could be mankind's most wasteful invention since the Hummer. By running at full power 24/7, they're wasting more energy than you'll use in a lifetime, and that's just for idling.
Square Enix has announced a new cloud gaming service today called CoreOnline, which aims to bring "console quality" games direct to browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer
Amazon's online storage solution was launched in the United States over a year ago and now the online retailer has finally brought Cloud Drive to the United Kingdom, although it's not official yet
Following a man's claims that he was blocked from his SkyDrive account after uploading forbidden materials into a private folder, Microsoft is responding to privacy concerns raised by Neowin.
A Dutch user claims that Microsoft blocked his account, cutting him off from Xbox Live, Hotmail, and his Windows Phone because of how he was using a private folder in his SkyDrive.
Microsoft has offered up more information on how the cloud-based features of Office 2013 will allow users to share documents with other devices, including mobile phones and Windows 8.
Microsoft has revealed "Napa", a new set of development tools that will allow creators to make apps that can be used for Office and SharePoint. A preview version is now available to download.
Dropbox is doubling the capacity of its subscription accounts for all existing and future users, with no price increase. Dropbox Pro accounts will now hold 100 GB, 200 GB or 500 GB depending on plan.
The file sharing service RapidShare has launched its own cloud-based data storage service for Windows called RapidDrive, allowing users to manage files in their RapidShare account directly on their PC
A new firmware update for Cisco routers comes with a nasty surprise: users are forced to join an invasive cloud service that spies on you and polices what you do, or else be left with a useless router
Heavy storms in north Virginia have knocked out power and disrupted access to Amazon's cloud. Is the cloud concept so unstable that a single storm can knock out access to Netflix, Instagram, and more?
We will once again be attending the HP Discover conference in Las Vegas. You can attend too and save $300 in the process. Otherwise, stay tuned to Neowin for all of the announcements and information.
A leak we have received here at Neowin indicates that new SkyDrive features will be coming later in the year, namely a mystery "recycle bin" feature and a long-awaited Android app.