Microsoft has famously lost -- or ousted -- eight top executives since 2008, including luminaries Ray Ozzie and Jeff Raikes. The change of leadership might have questionable long-term effects, but isn't likely to change much in Redmond for the time being. Here's why.
Social media has opened a whole new can of worms for companies, just as they were getting e-mail under control. Despite the challenges, it's possible to get social networking applications under control, too.
Core Configurator greatly eases the process of deploying Windows Server 2008 in a Server Core environment.
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Mary-Jo Foley takes you inside the metrics Microsoft uses to judge itself.
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Integrate data from disparate sources into scorecards with rich data visualization for interactivity and workflow automation.
Without these folks, we'd be in the dark about the goings-on at Redmond.
It may seem draconian at first (and a lot of work), but security policies based on 'approved execution' can be worth it.