Microsoft pointed to e-mail account "hijacking" as becoming an increasing problem, especially among Windows Live Hotmail users.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft on Monday released the latest service pack for Exchange Server 2007, adding a few new features, mostly of interest to IT pros.
Microsoft made the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 release candidate (RC) available on TechNet today.
Microsoft's upcoming Forefront Threat Management Gateway brings a host of security possibilities to the table.
- By Joern Wettern
Microsoft is connecting its Live@edu online collaboration suite with Moodle, an open source learning management system.
Azaleos Corp. now offers hosted and installed e-mail solutions based on Microsoft Exchange technologies.
Google took a step toward greater enterprise adoption of its hosted e-mail, document and collaboration services today by removing the "beta" tag from its Google Apps brand.
- By Herb Torrens
The update to Office Communications Server doesn't offer a lot of new features, but it could come in handy in certain organizations.
Google came through with fixes to its newly introduced e-mail and calendar synchronization application that works with Microsoft Outlook.
Microsoft found a problem with Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook, a new data synchronization plug-in launched by Google last week.
Google just made it easier for IT organizations to ditch Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft cancelled its standalone Office Developer Conference for this year and instead will fold the content into its SharePoint Conference 2009 event, which is scheduled for the fall.
Microsoft on Monday alerted users of its Exchange Server 2007 product that Service Pack 2 (SP2) will be coming sometime in the third quarter of this year.
Independent software vendors have long been the life of Microsoft's party by producing products that fill in the gaps Redmond leaves open. For Tech•Ed North America 2009, we celebrate third-party vendors and preview what they'll be announcing and demonstrating at the show.
Microsoft on Monday stepped up its services push by announcing a partner-driven effort to deliver hosted Microsoft applications in 19 countries.
- By Herb Torrens