Love it or hate it, Microsoft is a company that brings out strong emotions in just about every IT professional. With 2011 over, it's time for our picks.
Using illegally copied software may help users in developing countries save massive amounts of money, and Microsoft has something to say about it.
IT certifications can mean a pay boost, but some appear to be more valuable than others.
Seven ISVs have formed a consortium to integrate their Google Apps add-on products and offer discounted bundles, outside of Google's control.
A Security Advisory message describes how to manually patch a system to thwart the latest malware threat.
Microsoft rolls out a new mobile app for Bing built with HTML5 and available first only to iPhone and Android users. Is Microsoft switching away from its homegrown platforms?
Cloud-based office services compete on features, security, support fronts.
Despite weak consumer demand for PCs, Microsoft posted a record first quarter revenue of $17.37 billion for the period that ended Sept. 30.
After years of failing to get Microsoft to adopt a formal environmental sustainability policy, shareholders seem to have won.
Microsoft appeases shareholder activists by pressuring suppliers to be ethical and green, but environmental watchdogs question the tactic's effectiveness.
Microsoft said to offer a two-day tribute to its respected rival, the founder of Apple.
Microsoft announced Thursday that Acer and ViewSonic have each agreed to license undisclosed intellectual property from Microsoft to cover each vendor's Android phones and tablets.
Linux is the granddaddy of all open source projects, the blueprint for the decentralized development processes. And some of those who use the Linux code, free...
The Linux Foundation and FOSSBazzaar on Wednesday released a new specification to ease the pain of license compliance for open source software.
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