The problem with Windows 8 sales isn't Windows 8, it's Windows Phone 8, says a Gartner analyst.
Windows 8 and Windows RT are subject to critical vulnerabilities that will be addressed on Microsoft's Patch Tuesday next week, both by virtue of supporting Internet Explorer 10.
The sheer number of patches may seem daunting, but pay attention to the IE browser's vulnerabilities and fix them now.
Cisco declared war on Microsoft's unified communications platform, calling it incomplete.
Microsoft and Apple recommend that businesses deny certain iPhones, iPads and iPods access to Calendar items.
Windows 8 is just what Microsoft needs to take advantage of the ongoing irreversible shift from PCs to handheld devices including iPads, iPhones, and other form factors yet to be designed, according to the company's former OEM chief.
This upgrade will enable businesses to manage data-center resources under a single platform.
The Army, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency banded together to exact a good high-volume deal from Microsoft based on the 2 million users who will be supported by the contract.
Microsoft has altered its approach to selling Windows RT tablet/notebooks, at least in Australia. And the U.S. could soon follow.
A vulnerability in Microsoft Word ranks among the top security problems that will be addressed December 11 by Microsoft's Patch Tuesday fixes.
Business adoption of Windows 8 won't happen overnight. Here's why and how.
Two email outages within one week of each other prevented emails from reaching inboxes.
Windows 8 hasn't even been on sale for a month yet but is already the recipient of three critical security updates via Microsoft's monthly Patch Tuesday security bulletins, each of which will block flaws that allow remote execution of code on targeted machines.
Microsoft is all-in on the biggest gamble in its history.
Businesses should be looking at Windows 8 even if they are dead certain it won't be their operating system of choice for years to come, experts say.