Microsoft's flagship Windows, Office and Exchange offerings may face renewed challenges in the stratospheric battle to come.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The challenges facing the class of 2011 could be just as difficult as last year, but new careers can be forged by taking the right steps.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Here's what we're looking forward to getting our hands on from last week's Consumer Electronics Show.
Microsoft's latest browser isn't a mere upgrade, and here's why that's a good thing.
Ryan Gavin, senior director of Internet Explorer, talks about the company's direction with IE 9 and how the browser will affect IT professionals.
From speed to UI to HTML 5,Redmond magazine readers share what they like -- and don't -- about Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 beta, and how it compares to the previous versions.
These new desktop PC models offer plenty of power and room for more.
Redmond has no shortage of rivals that want a piece of its business. While there are certainly more than 10, these competitors are keeping Microsoft's top execs up at night.
When it comes to the enterprise, Microsoft hit the ball out of the park in 2010. Here's our favorite offerings.
Here's 10 companies we think Microsoft should buy right now to solidify its place in a variety of markets.
- By Lee Pender, Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft is known for protecting its patent rights in quiet ways, often settling out of court with companies by establishing intellectual property licensing deals.
In our last "list issue" in 2007, we made a number of picks. Here's some of the top ones -- and what we think of them now.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz, Lee Pender
Here's the top 10 most important (although not necessarily best) features Microsoft Office 2010 has to offer your users.
Often, Microsoft's code names are better than its resulting product names. Here's 10 examples that Microsoft should have at least considered keeping.
From the silly to the contrived, here's 10 that make us cringe every time we run across them.
Microsoft Lync Server is poised to become a major factor in the market for enterprise voice systems.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Speech-recognition technology can boost efficiency and might someday make its mark on the enterprise -- if Microsoft would only promote it.
After the Triple Crown in 2008 and the Grand Slam in 2009, Redmond introduces another level of prestige for exceptional Readers Choice winners: the Five-Star Award.
Experts described optimal preparations for deploying Exchange 2010 at the TechMentor Las Vegas event last week.