Free software is now available that enables Internet connections to be shared using Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 operating systems.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) on Wednesday announced that a final legal judgment against Microsoft, rendered in 2002 over antitrust concerns, expired on May 12.
Most business networks are not ready for the transition to IPv6, according to a poll conducted by Ipswitch Inc.
These technologies may not have been Microsoft originals, but today they bear the Redmond stamp.
Google is speaking out after Monday's news that a French security firm had found a zero-day exploit in Chrome's code.
French security firm Vupen claimed today that it discovered a zero-day exploit of the Google Chrome Web browser running on Windows.
Microsoft fielded some questions on Monday in a Webinar on Internet Explorer 9, focusing on what IT managers should know about the new Web browser.
Controversy over the control of IPv4 numbers was somewhat diffused this month after Microsoft entered into a legacy agreement with the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) over IPv4 numbers purchased from Nortel.
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Limitations by ISPs could foil backup service plans.
Microsoft is gaining the upper hand over problems in Internet Explorer 9 traced to browser add-ons, the company announced today.
According to an Oak Ridge National Laboratory spokeswoman, a "very sophisticated" piece of malware apparently designed to steal technical information from the Energy Department lab's network caused laboratory officials to shut down its e-mail and Internet access last week.
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Microsoft's MIX 11 fanfare last week included the new IE 10 platform preview, but no mention was made at that time that it won't run on Windows Vista.
Individuals responsible for the Coreflood botnet and its malware face legal scrutiny after the U.S. government announced lawsuits on Wednesday.
Microsoft today announced the first platform preview of Internet Explorer 10 today at its MIX 11 Web developer event, ongoing this week.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Friday that it conditionally approved Google's acquisition bid for ITA Software Inc.
Epsilon, a worldwide marketing service firm, reported on Friday that its clients' customer data, used in e-mail campaigns, have been compromised.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it had filed a complaint with European Commission against Google's search-ad practices.
Nine fraudulent digital certificates are circulating and could be in use by hackers, Microsoft warned yesterday.
In conjunction with federal law enforcement agencies, Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) announced on Thursday that it had helped pulled the plug on the Rustock spybot network.
Microsoft pointed to install resources following the release of IE 9, which was downloaded 2.35 million times in the first 24 hours.