A new Windows storage server option for small businesses appears to coming down the pipeline: Breckenridge.
With a low price and a high level of functionality, Faronics Power Save can help any business go green.
- By Stuart Fordham
Microsoft Direct Access in Windows Server 2008 R2 combined with Microsoft ForeFront United Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 may replace the VPN -- for the better.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft Lync Server is poised to become a major factor in the market for enterprise voice systems.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
If you want to implement VDI correctly, you need to be able to separate the myths from the facts.
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.
Microsoft reached the released-to-manufacturing (RTM) milestone on Wednesday for Lync, its next-generation universal communications platform. The company will launch Lync at an event in New York Nov. 17.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The release candidate version of Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 can now be downloaded.
An industry-sponsored survey of IT professionals found that just four percent have deployed Microsoft Office 2010, although interest remains high in the productivity suite.
Microsoft today released Office for Mac 2011, the seemingly neglected Apple Mac OS X-based version of the company's productivity suite.
Software security provider Symantec commissioned a study on Windows 7 migration experiences that was published this month.
Microsoft today unveiled a new cloud-based version of a suite of productivity tools that combines SharePoint, Exchange, Lync (formerly Communications Server), and both the Office Web applications and the Office Pro Plus desktop client.
- By John K. Waters
Java should be considered a top software security threat, even more so than Adobe PDF files, according to Microsoft's announcement issued today.
Microsoft released Volume 9 of its "Security Intelligence Report" this week, which includes a section specifically honing in on the botnet problem.
Marathon Technologies last week rolled out software aimed at broadening the availability of fault tolerant computing.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz