From the business wires this week: Windows/Mac inventory system, SQL Server tools and a developer contest.
Microsoft leads an industry-wide struggle to balance customer privacy and business value.
Microsoft to waive MCT program fees for new candidates who join prior to start of 2006 program.
From the business wires: a tool pack for spotting security holes in software, a database query and reporting tool, and 10GbE Layer 4-7 switches.
An industry alliance formally defines "spyware,"a move that should help companies combat insidious intrusions.
Microsoft looks to electronic musician Robert Fripp to create the sounds of the next Windows OS.
From the business wires: a Group Policy security extension, a load testing tool for Web apps, USB flash drives with LCD displays, and Windows Media Player 11.
From the business wires: SQL Server 2005-based e-learning solution provider gets Front Runner status, free CompTIA A+ study guides and more.
Microsoft and Massachusetts continue sparring over file formats.