Microsoft used the occasion of its 2008 Worldwide Partner Conference today to announce that November 12 will be the official launch date of Windows Essential Server Solutions, which are all-in-one software solutions for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) based on Windows Server 2008 and other Microsoft server technologies.
Microsoft updated documentation on protocols used in some of its core applications today.
Microsoft yesterday kicked off the NXTcomm08 event by showcasing its IPTV telco and service provider offerings.
Microsoft's Tech-Ed North America event for IT professionals kicked off today with a keynote address on enabling "dynamic IT."
Masters series aims to fill gap between Professional series and Architect series of certifications.
- By Michael Domingo
Paying for word processing software may soon be a thing of past if Microsoft competitors Adobe, Google and IBM have any say.
E-mail archiving and storage that ensure compliance with regulatory standards continue to be an ongoing challenge.
- By David W. Tschanz
Microsoft yesterday issued a public preview of Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 RC0.
Microsoft's suite of online tools focused on education has been expanded to include a "hosted" Exchange service with prototype features not yet available to the public.
A preview version of the server for small-to-medium businesses is now available, according to a Microsoft announcement that included pricing and licensing details.
On Tuesday, Redmond rolled out four patches for the month of May as expected, with three deemed "Critical" and one "Moderate."
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft Office 2007 users will be able to get a new service pack delivered automatically via Microsoft Update as early as mid-next month.
The Response Point phone system takes center stage at Microsoft's annual online-only event for entrepreneurs.
- By Anne Stuart and RCP Staff
Microsoft rolled out its Dynamics CRM Online platform today as a generally available service.
Hundreds of executives at some of America's most well-known companies received e-mails that they probably didn't want to get -- even if those messages weren't a hoax.
- By Jabulani Leffall