Microsoft Office 2021 is arriving on October 5, and users will be able to purchase it for a one-time fee and no subscription.
Microsoft Teams is set for some major updates to its Breakout Room and search features.
Microsoft is planning to unify its versions of OneNote for Windows, providing a singular experience to its users.
Salesforce has completed its $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack, combining the leading CRM platform with one of the leading messaging platforms.
Microsoft is putting auto-play web videos in its crosshairs, turning off the feature by default in an upcoming Edge update.
Love him or hate him, the animated paperclip Clippy is set to return as an emoji.
Amid an unprecedented transition to work from home (WFM), Microsoft Outlook has come into focus as a security weak point.
Microsoft has acknowledged an outage impacting Outlook, for both desktop and Microsoft 365, with a fix in the works.
Microsoft has (finally) released a 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync client for Windows.