’Significant Demand’ Forces Microsoft to Cancel Windows 365 Free Trial

Microsoft has canceled its free trial of Windows 365, as a result of “significant demand” for the new service.

Microsoft Will Require Vaccinations Onsite, Delays Opening to October 4

Microsoft joins Apple, Google, Walmart, Twitter and others in either requiring vaccination onsite, pushing back reopening or both.

Microsoft Advertising Adds Target Impression Share Automated Bids

Microsoft has released its August product updates, including Target Impression Share automated bidding.

Cloud Infrastructure Spending Hit $42 Billion in Q2

The cloud infrastructure market continued its impressive gains, with spending hitting $42 billion in Q2, according to Synergy Research Group.

Linux Foundation Tackles Data Collaboration With Permissive License

The Linux Foundation has announced the CDLA-Permissive-2.0 license agreement to make it easier to share AI and ML data.

SAP Partners With Google Cloud to Accelerate Customer Cloud Adoption

SAP and Google are tightening their working relationship, with the two companies partnering to help customers move to the cloud.

Microsoft Tops Forecasts on Strong Cloud Results

Microsoft has announced its quarterly results, topping forecasts on strong Azure performance.

Jefferies Raises Microsoft Stock Target on Fundamentals

Jefferies analyst Brent Thill has raised his price target for Microsoft’s stock on what he sees as strong fundamentals.

ServiceNow Expands Microsoft Partnership to Protect Data

ServiceNow is extending its partnership with Microsoft to help protect organization’s data.

Windows 11 Will Ship With Light Mode on by Default, Not Dark Mode

Despite an announcement to the contrary, Windows 11 will ship with the more traditional light mode activated by default.