This week in IT, I look at the big announcements from Microsoft's annual Build conference.
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Microsoft will rename its Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) to the Microsoft Cloud Partner Program (MCPP) and is making major changes.
Microsoft today announced at Build 2020 that its holographic computer is coming to new parts of Europe, Scandinavia, and Asia.
If you have an Office 365 commercial account, you can use it to sign-in to Windows 10 instead of using a Microsoft account.
More than three years after Microsoft acquired LinkedIn, the company announces its multi-year migration plan to move its service to Azure.
Microsoft announces new partnership that'll involve AT&T moving its non-network apps and workforce to Microsoft services, costing the company a reported $2 billion.
I’ve been pushing the notion that Microsoft could win big in cloud-based game streaming since before the firm announced its xCloud plans.
Microsoft is delivering a public preview of its Azure-powered Windows Virtual Desktop service today.
Microsoft has a new friend: Walmart. The target? Amazon.
Amazon, Google, and Facebook introduce brand new cloud-based tools for game developers as Microsoft falls behind.
Microsoft unveils a new vision AI service, along with a super-powered face-recognition API and more ahead of Build 2018.
Microsoft's Bot Framework is getting support for two new languages with major update to the SDK this May.
Microsoft is buying Seattle-based cloud gaming backend platform PlayFab, a tool that helps developers get started with a complex gaming backend infrastructure.
Microsoft continues its push with the release of new tools that help developers build, train, and deploy deep learning models on Visual Studio with the help of Azure.
Microsoft is redesigning its account sign-on experiences for both consumers and businesses.
A new Microsoft promo video depicts a smart thermostat that is powered by Cortana, Windows IoT Core, and Azure.
In recent months, Microsoft has embraced the ARM platform on the desktop and in the datacenter. But ARM offers no notable advantages over Intel.