Jamf’s latest quarterly results are good news for the company and for Apple, indicating increased demand for Apple products in the enterprise.
Microsoft Azure is growing by leaps and bounds, with at least one analyst predicting it will eclipse Office by 2022.
Microsoft is planning on consolidating Outlook for Windows and the Mac, providing a single version based on web technologies.
Dell is launching three new monitors with dedicated Microsoft Teams buttons and support for Windows facial recognition.
Microsoft is planning to implement a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows” in an effort to make the operating system (OS) more relevant than ever.
Intel has had a rough couple of years, leading the company to consider what would have once been unthinkable: outsourcing its chipmaking.
Microsoft is promoting Windows on ARM, just months after Apple announced the Mac would move to ARM-based processors.
Better late than never—Microsoft has released an update to a major vulnerability that is some 17 years old.
Jean-Louis Gassée, former Apple executive, has postulated that Apple’s move to custom silicon will force Microsoft to move to ARM.