03/01/2011

Executive Exodus

Steve Ballmer is firmly in control at Microsoft, but an alarming number of his top lieutenants have departed. What does that mean for the future of the company?


In-Depth

Social Networking Compliance: A Guide for IT Teams

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.


'Execudus' in Redmond: Top Microsoft Execs Get Out

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.


Product Reviews

Free Utility: Core Configurator for Windows Server 2008

Core Configurator greatly eases the process of deploying Windows Server 2008 in a Server Core environment.


Decision Maker

It's Time to Invest in Your IT Team

Skills to invest in for 2011 and beyond.


Foley on Microsoft

Scorecarding: How Microsoft Measures Its Own Success

Mary-Jo Foley takes you inside the metrics Microsoft uses to judge itself.


Letters from Readers

March Reader Letters: The Cloud Battle Rages On

Readers chime in on our Microsoft vs. Google story.


Practical App

How-To: Delivering Intelligence with SharePoint Dashboards

Integrate data from disparate sources into scorecards with rich data visualization for interactivity and workflow automation.


Ten

Top 10 Influential Microsoft Pundits

Without these folks, we'd be in the dark about the goings-on at Redmond.


Windows Insider

Approved Execution: The Security Mentality that Really Works

It may seem draconian at first (and a lot of work), but security policies based on 'approved execution' can be worth it.


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