OMG, three-letter words are taking over in our fast-paced, multi-tasking society. Blame the technology world for breeding acronyms.
Google has made impressive strides with Google Apps, but the online productivity tools aren't the right fit for every business.
As Google stumbles again in its Gmail deal with the City of Los Angeles, analysts say it's botching a giant cloud marketing opportunity.
Microsoft's full-scale model home of the future may seem like science fiction, but its interactive and automated systems may be close to reality. Here's a a virtual tour of The Microsoft Home, nearly every wall and table is a digital device.
Analysis: The Kin debacle demonstrates Microsoft's mismanaged mobile strategy and could affect the success of Windows Phone 7.
IBM, Cisco, Google and Salesforce all aim to beat Microsoft SharePoint 2010 at the high-stakes enterprise social networking game.
The iPad may have arrived with authority, but laptops and netbooks are still very much alive. As Microsoft and its hardware partners prepare for the back-to-school buying season, here's a look the latest Windows 7 machines for work and play, from slim netbooks to big honkin' gaming laptops.
A common piece of advice runs through recent conversations with companies migrating to Windows 7: test early and often and don't be afraid of virtualization.
When Windows Phone 7 devices arrive this holiday season, they will be diving into crowded U.S. consumer waters full of CrackBerry addicts and iPhone fans.
Microsoft will benefit as the next wave of Windows upgrades begins, but users aren't picking up IE in the bargain, Forrester reports.
Here are the hidden gems in Microsoft's revamped Office environment and apps.
In the business battle to rule the enterprise office suite of the future, Microsoft and Google both must overcome significant problems.
Here is a breakdown of everything you need to know about Microsoft's new cloud-based PC management and security platform aimed at midmarket companies.
Analysis: Microsoft buzz this week included cloud computing, Office upgrades, and Verizon "Pink" phones.