News and Articles About Microsoft
Older versions of the browser are vulnerable to hackers and will be left behind for Google updates.
Tips from a graphic designer on how to create great company logos.
Popular software's new features can be useful for smaller firms. But the transition will require a significant effort.
A quick look at some of the new features for Microsoft's popular software package.
Tech giant's new tablets to feature Windows OS, a built-in keyboard and kickstand.
Electronic devices that are worn on the body and relay information are starting to receive a lot of buzz, but partnering with a big company is the key to getting the product to see the light of day.
The new operating system is so different from its predecessors, business owners likely won't rush to use it.
Naveen Jain shares the insights he gleaned from the Microsoft co-founder, and how he used them when starting his own businesses.
Consider this advice for ensuring that documents and files can be used, in-house and by clients, no matter which operating system they're created on.
Our columnist gets the skinny on on Microsoft's 'cloudification' of software and what it could mean for your business.
Our reviewer has spent quality time with the new cloud-based suite of tools. Here's what his test drive turned up.
How the internet calling service went from an idea to a multibillion-dollar acquisition in less than a decade.
Our tech columnist reviews the new web-based portfolio of services designed for small companies.
Mac users get access to new e-mail and better PC integration with an updated version of Microsoftâs business software.
New keyboards offer improved ergonomics to make typing easier. Here are three options for less painful ways to work.
You say you want a revolution? These products and services are changing the way we work.
Five things to keep in mind when assessing free alternatives to Microsoft
Windows 7 is the latest operating system from Microsoft. But is it the best choice for busy entrepreneurs?
Learn how you can trick out your version of Windows to look and act like Microsoft's lucky 7.
This tricky-to-install app packs a lot of punch for business owners. The good news is you don't have to install it on your own server to reap the benefits.
Learn how Windows 7 works by switching over completely, if only for a trial run.
Vista, thy name is bloat!
Windows Home Server lets you store and stream media files, create backups, and connect remotely via the Web. Plus, it's great on older PCs.
These tech pros will help you determine if an upgrade to Microsoft's Windows Vista is right for you and your company right now.
Microsoft's "school of the future" makes big promises.