New Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack betas were released this week, and Microsoft plans to phase out a desktop virtualization solution in the suite.
Microsoft's Day 2 keynote today at TechEd focused on the basics of Windows 8, contending it will be ready for the enterprise when available.
Microsoft released its June patch today, which includes three "critical" security items and four "important" bulletins.
The flaw, reported this week, could allow an incorrect password to be verified as correct due to an error in the token calculation, according to Sergei Golubchik, security coordinator for MariaDB, in a posted statement.
Microsoft announced a few cloud- and developer-oriented tidbits today at its TechEd event, which is being held this week in Orlando, Fla.
Microsoft appears to be pitting Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 against VMware ESXi 5.0 for hypervisor superiority, with a bevy of new features that include Hyper-V being capable of to scaling up to higher physical and virtual memory limits.
- By Michael Domingo
Google announced on Thursday that its Chrome browser will be available for testing on the Windows 8 release preview.
Microsoft's monthly security update will be arriving this Tuesday.
The most significant update yet to Microsoft's Windows Azure service will bring long-awaited Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) capabilities and support for Linux instances to the cloud platform.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Hackers recently raided the LinkedIn and eHarmony Web sites and published user password information, software security researchers said this week.
Microsoft's consumer mobile operating systems will hit second place in four years, according to IDC.
Microsoft's vision of a world of connected devices got a full airing at Computex today in Taipei, Taiwan.
Internet Protocol version 6 will be turned on permanently by a number of companies around the world on June 6 GMT.
Microsoft issued a security advisory this week about the Flame virus, which is using unauthentic certificates from the company to trick antivirus programs.
Few improvements occurred last month in the overall U.S. IT job market.
- By Katrina Carrasco
News emerged today that speculation about Stuxnet having been created by either the United States or Israel to attack Iran's nuclear capabilities might have been true.
- By Scott Bekker
The "release preview" of Windows 8 and the "release candidate" of Windows Server 2012 were made available for download today by Microsoft.
Microsoft is changing its U.S. end user license agreement (EULA) contracts to limit the legal rights of its customers.
Despite the release of the Windows 8 release candidate, Microsoft may face an uphill battle in convincing the vast majority of enterprise developers to test it -- at least initially.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Google announced some Chrome OS improvements on Tuesday.