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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.
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.
Microsoft has announced dates for Build 2015, as well as a new 'Ignite' conference for enterprise, which will replace TechEd, Management Summit, and Exchange, SharePoint, Lync and Project conferences.
Since the smartphone era started, the message has been of an app 'gold rush'. But it looks like that time has passed, and the bigger app development businesses are dominating.
Microsoft has been contacting some previous attendees of TechEd to get their opinions on possible names for its new enterprise-focused tech conference, including "Microsoft 4C" and "Microsoft Forsee".
Microsoft pitches Surface as an uber-productivity device but just how well does it perform in a corporate setting? Can the Surface find a place alongside desktops and laptops in the office?
Microsoft TechEd has been consigned to the Great Cloud in the Sky. It will be replaced in 2015 by a new super-conference that will also incorporate its MSM, Exchange, SharePoint and Lync events.
Microsoft has announced Windows Apportals, a new line-of-business app management tool for business and enterprise, bringing together Modern apps, web apps and Windows 7 applications in a single hub.
Microsoft wants its Windows Phone platform to become the number one mobile OS when it comes to enterprise. The company is confident it can reach that goal in certain markets by next year.
Microsoft has opened an 'Innovation Lounge' in the Washington D.C. 1776 hub for small but growing businesses that is packed with the latest Microsoft hardware and software for the companies to use.
The security firm Qualys claims that the market share of PCs that still use Windows XP among enterprise customers has dropped below 10 percent for the first time.
Microsoft has announced that Power BI, its cloud business intelligence solution for Office 365 and Excel, is now generally available after previously launching as a preview version in 2013.
An interesting security presentation described how attackers stole $60M in 60 seconds, and what can be done to help prevent this in the future. Note: Follow these directions at your own risk.
We learned some interesting, albeit startling, security facts at HP Discover today, including the fact that most security breaches go undetected for nearly a year. What other tidbits did we learn?
The HP Discover conference will be in Barcelona from December 10-12, and Neowin will be on the ground covering it live. Tune in for the latest in storage, security, big data and more!
Microsoft used the Nokia World press event today to announce it will release the Enterprise Feature Pack for Windows Phone, including VPN support and S/MIME encrypted email, in the first half of 2014.
Oracle made three announcements during the opening keynote: In-memory database option to improve performance, the new M6-32 high performance server, and a new appliance to backup 1000s of databases.
During today's financial analyst meeting, Microsoft broke down the company's segments, showing that 55 percent of its revenues come from its enterprise customers with just 20 percent to consumers.
A report claims that Dell is working on multiple tablets for business customers, including an 8-inch device, as a company executive asserts that Windows 8.1 will beat Android and iOS in enterprise.
The first preview for the Enterprise edition of Windows 8.1 has been released by Microsoft, and comes with an array of new management features aimed at businesses of all sizes.
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 Dell Windows 8-based Latitude 10 is built to appeal to the business market. With all day battery life, pen support and ability to offer a docked computing experience, could this be an office hit?
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.
Do you want a Surface RT with touch cover for $99? Or maybe you'd prefer to buy a 128GB Surface Pro for $399? If that interests you, then fly to New Orleans next week and attend TechEd with us!
What does Microsoft have planned for the enterprise environment? We'll be traveling to New Orleans next week to talk with company leaders at TechEd 2013.
One theme was clear at MMS 2013: Microsoft is serious about competing with and overtaking VMware in the virtualization market, and companies like Dominos Pizza and Xerox are on the forefront.
What did Brad Anderson have to say at the MMS 2013 keynote conference? We learned about cloud computing, especially around Azure and Intune, as well as the consumerization of IT, and yummy pizza!
Microsoft announced that they are one of the founding members of the OpenDaylight Project, an effort run by the Linux Foundation designed to create a new and common Software-Defined Networking.
A new survey shows that a large amount of companies are planning to deploy applications for Microsoft platforms (including Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Phone) over the next year.
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.
Rather than installing the latest version of Windows on PCs designated for the enterprise, Lenovo is shipping out Windows 7 on new machines with a discreetly-bundled Windows 8 DVD, just in case
Nokia has announced that Mall of America is switching from BlackBerry to the new Nokia Lumia 920, with the integrated Office Mobile features in Windows Phone 8 cited as a major reason for the change.
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.
Windows Phone 8 has come a long way in terms of functionality, stability and development and to test the platform in all circumstances, I used the device in an enterprise environment for two weeks.
All Google wants for Christmas (of 2013) is to steal away 90% of Microsoft Office users from their chief competitor. Do users need all of the advanced features that Microsoft offers? Google says no.
Microsoft's software prices are set to rocket within the workplace, while their Office 365 subscription price goes down. Say what you will, but Microsoft is really pushing a switchover for the future.
According to analysts, the rapid release of (the still unconfirmed) Windows "Blue" will hurt enterprise customers, and Microsoft should split the cycle to cater for both consumers and the enterprise
HP is teasing a major announcement in the arena of enterprise storage and it's expected to be released at HP Discover in Frankfurt. Join HP for a free storage webinar on November 1st at 5pm ET.
Windows 8 is a unique operating system from Microsoft as it is the first to take a bold new step in uncharted territories. While consumers have weighed in with their opinions, what about corporations?
Yet another four images of Windows 8 have leaked, two can already be found on torrent websites or other means, this time they aren't the "N" editions, meaning Windows Media Player is included.
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.
In the day 2 keynote at TechEd 2012, Microsoft highlighted the role that Windows 8 and Windows RT can play in business and enterprise environments. We take a look back at the keynote in pictures.
In the last review in our series taking a look at SolarWinds, we're giving our impressions on SolarWinds' Patch Manager: a great piece of software that helps you deploy patches to your network.
For detailed performance and issue reports on a host of applications and servers in your networked infrastructure, look no further than SolarWinds' Server & Application Monitor
Managing security issues and keeping network performance at its best is time consuming, but with SolarWinds LEM it got a whole lot easier to deal with thanks to solid reporting tools and automation
Managing your large storage set-ups in an enterprise environment can be tedious; luckily there is SolarWinds feature-filled Storage Manager to make the whole process much easier for you
Do you want to learn how to implement cloud within your company's data center? If so, you might want to attend HP's free event that helps IT professionals learn more about this hot topic.
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.