Will Nokia team up with Microsoft to put the Windows Phone OS on Nokia's mobile handsets? The idea gained steam last week.
You have to wonder if Microsoft execs were dancing the jig after hearing the news that business-minded Google CEO Eric Schmidt was replaced by 38-year-old Larry Page.
From training worries to compatibility woes, fears of business disruption can spread when IT announces a Microsoft Office 2010 upgrade. Avoid these mistakes and your upgrade will be quick and easy.
If Microsoft is too slow developing Windows-based tablets, its bread-and-butter enterprise business could soon pay the price, according to industry analysts.
Compared to the turbulent 2009 that saw Microsoft's first widespread layoffs and its worst quarterly revenue earnings ever, 2010 was smooth sailing.
In late 2009, when the unemployment rate reached 10 percent for the first time since the early '80s, everyone hoped that 2010 would be a comeback year.
Company Christmas parties can be a jolly good time, but a lot can go wrong. Overdrinking, under-dressing, bad dancing and inappropriate flirting, to name a few. Here are some etiquette tips to help you party on without losing your dignity or your job.
New research shows that the top reason big businesses are waiting on upgrading to Office 2010 is the new Ribbon interface.
Microsoft has opened its server apps to any phones, but that makes things tougher for challengers -- including Microsoft.
With the newly-branded Office 365, announced this week, Microsoft has taken its BPOS (business productivity online suite) service and added Office apps options
Microsoft has owned the tech conversation this week after its announcement of Windows Phone 7 -- a complete mobile rebirth for Microsoft.
IT services company Unisys is trying to give its workforce more social tools for blogging, microblogging, creating communities, and sharing and tagging content.
While many paint the Google Apps vs. Microsoft Office question as an either/or proposition, more companies are finding the two products complementary.
Some recent product names are breaking the rules, either through lack of imagination, dubious pronunciation or unfortunate double meanings.
Articles by Shane O'Neill