Can you believe some businesses are still running Windows XP? Check out the story below, as well as the rest of your Microsoft headlines, for the latest and greatest on the software giant. Not big, not clever: Some businesses just can't let go of Windows XPAlmost one in five small and medium businesses worldwide is still using Windows XP months after Microsoft ended support for the operating system.by Steve RangerZDNet.com June 18, 2014\nOffice 365 Roadmap Program Promises Clarity on Software UpdatesMicrosoft is attempting to make its Office 365 software release changes more visible and predictable for organizations.by Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comJune 19, 2014\nMicrosoft OneDrive jumps to 15GB Free, and 1TB for Office 365Microsoft more than doubles its free cloud storage and goes deep for Office 365 users, saying what\u2019s most interesting is what goes on top of all that storage space.by Charles CooperCNETJune 23, 2014 Microsoft Exchange Getting Expanded Public Folder Support Next MonthIn a Monday blog post, Microsoft indicated that Exchange public folder support will expand from 10,000 folders to 100,000 folders. That increase will start to take effect for Office 365 Exchange Online customers in \u201cearly July.\u201dby Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comJune 9, 2014 Windows 8.1 overtakes Windows 8 in desktop OS arenaFriendlier to PC users than its predecessor, Windows 8.1 continues to eke out a higher share while Windows 8 slips downward.by Lance WhitneyCNETJune 2, 2014 Windows 8 Start menu from Microsoft? Not till 2015It\u2019s looking like Microsoft's new \u201cmini\u201d Start menu for Windows 8.x won't be part of Windows 8.1 Update 2 as rumored.by Mary Jo FoleyCNETJune 2, 2014 SQL Server 2012 Receives Second Service PackMicrosoft Dynamics CRM 2013 SP1 ShipsBizTalk Server 2013 R2 Ships Selecting a Desktop OS: Windows 7 or Windows 8.1Requires Directions on Microsoft subscriptionby Wes MillerJune 2, 2014 Microsoft Apologizes For Exchange, Lync Cloud Outages, But Says Only Small Number of Customers AffectedMicrosoft has apologized to customers for major outages to its Lync and Exchange cloud services earlier this week, and says it has fixed the glitches that caused them.by Kevin McLaughlinCRNJune 27, 2014 How to Migrate to Hyper-VA growing number of organizations are starting to show an interest in using Microsoft Hyper-V to virtualize their infrastructures. With the improvements to Hyper-V introduced in the latest release of Windows Server, it's become feasible to run it alongside existing VMware virtual environments as explained earlier this year. But when it comes to migrating from VMware, there\u2019s more heavy lifting involved.by Brien PoseyRedmondMag.comJune 5, 2014 Microsoft Azure Slowly Gaining on Amazon Web ServicesWhile Amazon Web Services (AWS) remains by far the most widely used cloud provider by enterprises, it appears Microsoft's Azure cloud service has gained significant ground over the past year since releasing its Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering.by Jeffery SchwartzRedmondMag.comJune 2, 2014\nIf you're thinking about Office 365, we recommend taking our Office 365 Online Readiness Assessment. This template was designed by our experts to answer your question: \u201cIs my organization ready for Office 365?\u201d Start Now!