The week that's just ending has brought news relating to Inspire 2021, the ever-present Patch Tuesday, and even a small helping of gaming news. Be sure to catch up via our very handy overview.
Microsoft has announced some major changes to its commercial marketplaces including the reduction of transaction fees to 3%, separate pricing and the ability to sell software directly in Teams.
Microsoft today officially announced Windows 365 and Cloud PC, a cloud-powered virtualization service that lets businesses deploy, manage, and run Windows 10 and Windows 11 via the cloud.
Microsoft has enhanced its Azure Event Grid and Azure Kubernetes solutions with tighter integration to more event sources. Improvements have been made to the Partner Center for ISVs as well.
At Inspire 2021, Microsoft has announced the Cloud for Sustainability initiative that will help organizations to measure and track their carbon emissions and also take act upon intelligent insights.
At its Inspire 2021 conference today, Microsoft has revealed several new initiatives to make it easier for customers to migrate and modernize their solutions on the company's Azure infrastructure.
A new report suggests that Microsoft might announce its new Cloud PC virtual OS offering built on Windows Virtual Desktop (now Azure Virtual Desktop) during its Ignite conference on July 15.
Microsoft's Ignite 2020 event is going all-digital, as the company has already done with Build and Inspire. But it seems that the company is doing this with all events over the next year.