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How to upgrade to Windows 10: A step-by-step walkthrough
It's July 29, 2015 or later and Windows 10 is now available as a free update. Here is what you can expect when you say "yes" to the update.
Microsoft purges Ballmer strategy for one that works
Microsoft has effectively repositioned itself for a brighter future with a business strategy that can actually work. Mark Kaelin explains.
Will Microsoft be able to successfully deliver Windows 10 to millions?
Distributing Windows 10 to millions sounds like a logistical nightmare. On July 29, 2015, we will see if Microsoft can do it or if they are
Microsoft Surface Hub makes meetings productive again
The teleconferencing phone hub doesn't cut it anymore. The Microsoft Surface Hub jumpstarts modern workforce collaboration.
Microsoft, Facebook, and Oculus Rift combine to make virtual reality
Each Oculus Rift will include a controller that works with both Xbox One and Windows 10. Microsoft is placing a bet on virtual reality.
Windows 10 supports AllJoyn making the Internet of Things possible
Windows 10 will be able to control Internet of Things (IoT) devices using the AllJoyn open-source framework from day one. Mark Kaelin explai
Microsoft acquires Wunderlist and strengthens its mobile strategy
Microsoft is positioning itself to be the largest and most well-funded provider of third-party mobile productivity apps.
Better data loss prevention tools for OneDrive for Business
Security breaches are not the only examples of data loss. New tools in Microsoft OneDrive for Business help prevent data leaks caused by car
Microsoft Ignite 2015: Collaboration tools to spark the modern workforce
According to Microsoft, the modern workforce relies on collaboration and teamwork to conduct business. Mark Kaelin is skeptical. Are you?
Microsoft adds Datazen and mobility apps to Power BI
Enabling decision makers to retrieve vital information on any platform at any time is a powerful business tool.
Build 2015: Microsoft's new plan to rule the mobile world
Microsoft plans to have at least one billion mobile devices running Windows 10 and any app you want, no matter its original platform.
Better training: In search of next-generation IT workers
The market is definitely on fire for analytics pros - but just where do you find them?