Microsoft will rebrand its cloud platform from 'Windows Azure' to 'Microsoft Azure' as part of the company's push to emphasize its cross-platform services prowess.
Microsoft envisions a future where systems can predict malfunctions in devices and buildings before they occur. First step: a cloud-based machine-learning tool that goes into public beta in July.
Microsoft is cutting prices for a number of its Azure services to meet -- and in some cases, beat -- Amazon's latest reductions.
Microsoft is moving more of its Windows Azure products from preview to general availability. The latest: Azure Mobile Services and Azure Web Sites.
A jump in subscriptions to the software giant's cloud computing software reveals that the company may be starting to edge into Amazon's territory.
What do Yammer and Windows Azure have to do with how Microsoft is changing the way it is developing, testing, and delivering its Office products? More than many think.
Chinese Internet service provider PPTV is launching a new subscription Web television service, and it's using Microsoft's Azure platform to do so.
Redmond is cutting the name "Azure" out of the branding for its cloud services on its billing portal.
The software giant says that the four-month program will help early stage startups improve their businesses. Microsoft will not require equity stake in any of the firms.
Developer tools will be the key to Azure's success, says Microsoft's Bob Muglia.