Microsoft announced yesterday that it has partnered with secured and managed mobile enterprise company Good Technology to bring encrypted e-mail services to Windows Phone 7.5.
Microsoft released two free tools this month that are designed to help IT pros troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook e-mail clients.
Microsoft last week issued a beta of a new Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator.
While security is still a concern for some companies, more and more businesses are outsourcing e-mail archiving to cloud vendors. And the vendors themselves are proliferating.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Microsoft released a new free tool on Monday that helps IT pros find .PST files created using Microsoft Exchange.
Microsoft's growth spurt hit its peak about a decade ago, and now the company faces potentially "disruptive" competition, mostly from Apple and Google, according to Gartner analysts.
Microsoft yesterday released Service Pack 2 for Exchange Server 2010, which includes update rollups since the last service pack release plus a few requested items.
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E-mail is an essential business communication tool, so ensuring high availability (HA) with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is important. Here's how.
- By Jaap Wesselius
E-mail archiving has changed in the newer versions of Outlook. Here's how you can stave off some confusion and avoid help-desk calls.
- By Derek Schauland
The new Windows mobile platform, code-named "Mango," brings back some of the synchronization features important for enterprise use.
Microsoft released Update Rollup 5 (RU5) for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 this week, but it deferred including a fix for an Outlook problem that stalled its earlier RU4 update.
Researchers at M86 Security said this week that the volume of spam containing malware spiked in August.
- By William Jackson
A jury on Friday awarded Alcatel-Lucent $70 million in a long-running dispute over Microsoft's use of patented Alcatel software technology.