This year, the IT industry reached an inflection point, where more new malicious programs were created than useful ones.
- By Jabulani Leffall
A common problem when restoring databases is making orphans of users. Here's a quick solution.
- By Eric Johnson
Facing criticism that the beta of its Web Platform Installer didn't support Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, Microsoft addressed that complaint with the release candidate made available yesterday.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The latest iteration of the Green500 list was released at the SC08 supercomputing conference in Austin, Texas.
- By Joab Jackson
ISO/IEC on Tuesday published the Office Open XML (OOXML) file format standard, formally known as ISO/IEC 29500:2008.
Microsoft exec Kirill Tatarinov on Wednesday described some new features to expect in the forthcoming Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 enterprise resource planning solution.
Microsoft held its Shareholder meeting for 2008 on Wednesday, and shareholders approved all nine board-member nominees on the proxy slate.
Microsoft today previewed the ability to centrally manage applications and resources in the planned upgrade of SQL Server, code-named "Kilimanjaro."
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Jerry Yang is transitioning out as Yahoo's CEO, but he will continue on as a member of the board, according to an announcement issued late on Monday by the online search and advertising company.
Court documents may contain a "smoking gun" reference to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's participation in a crucial decision to downgrade capabilities needed to gain Windows Vista Capable certification in new PCs.
- By Jim Barthold
Sun Microsystems, a leader in Java and open source technologies, put market "speculation to rest" today.
- By Herb Torrens
More details about planned features in VS 2010 are coming to light as Microsoft slashes pricing on different versions of VS 2008 by as much as 30 percent.
- By Kathleen Richards
Microsoft's announcement last week that it will offer a new software development platform for cloud computing added new energy to the debate over how and when organizations might begin turning to the technology.
A startup company called MagCloud.com is currently using Windows Azure, the new Microsoft "cloud operating system" supporting software as a service applications and storage.
Microsoft on Tuesday showed off a pre-beta version of Windows Server 2008 R2 at its Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles.