Microsoft today updated some of its free tools to help users move to Microsoft SQL Server and released a new Oracle MySQL migration tool.
Microsoft issued even more details about Windows security concerns, even after releasing its August security update on Tuesday.
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Microsoft last week released the next version of a free tool that provides upgrade advice for those using the company's flagship software products.
Microsoft on Monday announced two new "previews" to come for its Windows Small Business Server product suite.
Addressing one of the key objectives of cloud computing, Microsoft today said its Windows Azure platform will be available as an appliance that can run on customer and partner premises.
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How to use SQL Server to build a business intelligence (BI) platform without getting your organization's top brass involved.
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SAP will acquire database vendor Sybase Inc. for $5.8 billion in cash, a 44 percent premium in the company's closing price Wednesday.
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Microsoft is offering a kit designed to streamline the evaluation process for orgs considering its new software products.
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Microsoft released versions of SQL Server 2008 R2 products to IT professionals on Monday.
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Microsoft today announced that SQL Server 2008 R2 has achieved release-to-manufacturing status and will be released in May worldwide.
Organizations are moving more toward using x86-based servers running Windows to handle their business-critical workloads.