This newsroom provides the latest news, reviews, event resources, and other press materials for Microsoft’s cloud, big data and enterprise products and solutions including Microsoft Azure, Windows Server, System Center, SQL Server, Power BI and Windows Intune. 

Feb. 10, 2014
Microsoft announced the general availability of Power BI for 365, Microsoft’s self-service business intelligence solution.

Highlights

Three developers, two weeks, one ground-breaking motorsports online experience
April 7
The launch of FansChoice.tv was made possible by Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft evolves the cloud experience for customers
April 3
At its annual Build conference, Microsoft announced a first-of-its-kind cloud experience via a new Microsoft Azure Preview Portal.
Tune in to Build 2014 Keynote
April 1
Build 2014 will take place from April 2-4 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, with keynotes on the mornings of April 2 and 3 (8:30 am – 11:30 am PT). Watch the keynote livestream on Microsoft’s Channel 9 developer community site.
Microsoft expands cloud services for mobile scenarios
March 27
The new Enterprise Mobility Suite is the most comprehensive and complete platform for organizations to embrace mobility and cloud.
Annual Microsoft hosting survey results released
March 19
Microsoft-commissioned survey highlights opportunities in the cloud as customers look towards business growth.
Mecklenburg County, NC saves $3.2 million with Microsoft
March 19
Office 365, Surface Pro, and Windows Azure are a winning combination for the largest county in North Carolina.
SQL Server 2014 released to manufacturing
March 18
SQL Server 2014 has been released to manufacturing, and will be generally available for customers to download and purchase on April 1.
General availability of Power BI for Office 365
Feb. 10
Enterprise customers can now access, share and collaborate over data in a trusted and familiar cloud environment.
Windows Azure Media Services provide streaming of Winter Games on NBC
Feb. 6
When NBC’s viewers want to see events live or on demand on their smartphones, tablets, computers or Internet-connected TVs, Windows Azure Media Services will make it possible.
Microsoft by the Numbers: The Enterprise Cloud