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XP, Office 2003 Support Ends; Exchange 2010, 'Stirling' Security Suite Beta 2 Available; IT Pros Cautious in Move to Windows 7; VMware Announces vSphere
April Patch Tuesday Brings Five Fixes; SQL Server 2008 SP1 Ships; MS Datacenter Designer Bolts; VMware Pledges Guarantee; US-CERT Warns of Conficker Variant; more.
Microsoft Unveils Windows 2008 Foundation; PowerPoint Security Bug Found; Conficker Fizzles; IT Hiring, Barely; more.
Lawrence Byrd on Avaya's unified communications solutions.
Microsoft Promotes Touch in Windows 7; IE 8 Bugs Hunted Down; Microsoft Reacts to Open Cloud Manifesto; Study Highlights Data Losses from Employee Turnover; more.
Microsoft rolls out System Center VMM 2008 R2 Beta, IE 8, and Commerce Server; Study Finds IE Use Has 'Stabilized'; IBM Rumored to Acquire Sun; Cisco Enters Server Market
Microsoft Touts Managed Services; IE 8 Claims Fastest Browser; Microsoft Releases Three Patches
icrosoft Squeezes More from Cloud Services; Office 14 Delays May Affect Software Assurance Customers; 3 Fixes for Patch Tuesday; more
Ballmer Cites MS Plan Amid Weak Economy; Windows 7 Beta Gets Fixes; Google Joins EC Complaint; Visual Studio 2010 Revealed at VSLive!; Server Sales Slows Down in 2008; more.
IE7 Under Hacker Attack; Microsoft, Red Hat Team Up; PC Power Management Gets Attention; DNS Still Not Secure