Apple has announced a forthcoming update to its iPhone 2.0 software that will include built-in support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync.
- By Michael Domingo
Microsoft announced that it will be releasing four patches, all rated critical because they allow remote-code execution, and all involving Microsoft Office in some way.
Is Apple acknowledging the power and ubiquity of Microsoft's messaging platform? That might be a stretch, but the company has announced a forthcoming update to its iPhone 2.0 software that will include built-in support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync.
- By Michael Domingo
After nearly three months of private beta testing, Microsoft Office Live Workspace is being rolled out worldwide as a full public beta.
Microsoft and Google both recently added to their in-the-clouds application offerings.
Microsoft's SaaS initiatives gets kickstarted with online betas of Exchange Server 2007 and Office SharePoint Server 2007.
A Microsoft blog post states that "some" Exchange 2007 administrators experienced an error processing the February 29 date.
DigiScope can save you hours of searching for lost e-mail messages.
- By Peter Varhol
With Service Pack 1 out, admins should know that there are a few tricks to updating clustered Exchange 2007 servers the right way. Here's a guide.
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Microsoft has talked a ton about why Unified Communications can be a big value to users.
- By Barbara Darrow
Google Inc. confirmed its plans to bid for a prized piece of the airwaves in an upcoming government auction, further underscoring the Internet search leader's determination to shake up the wireless market and plumb more profits from mobile phones.
- By The Associated Press
Like their Office 2007 brethren Word and PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook have some snazzy new features as well.
- By J. Peter Bruzzese
Microsoft on Friday launches its first major Exchange Server 2007 update, pushing Service Pack 1 out the door.
- By Jabulani Leffall
The ultimate killer app is e-mail and Microsoft's lastest version of Exchange taps into 64-bit power to drive a host of new capabilities.