Microsoft Corp. has been a major beneficiary of the work-from-home boom spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic. But Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella is realizing the pitfalls of being away from the office for so long.
Microsoft has rolled out low-code/no-code products to help "citizen developers" – or non-coder employees – create business applications for automating workflows and analyzing data. But can non-coders really use these tools? We tested it.
Having to change course and move to a distance learning model due to COVID-19, the Anaheim Union High School District had to quickly determine how to ensure all students had usable – and secure – devices and connectivity at home.
The first-ever online version of Microsoft Ignite has now wrapped. The event, which ran for 48 straight hours last week, provided a lot of information about enhancements and updates across Microsoft's entire stack of products and services. We've...
As part of Microsoft’s push to position its services for “the new world of work,” the company is rolling out a host of new upgrades, including a "virtual commute," advanced leader insights and expanded Productivity Score categories.