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IT News, May 9: Strict Deadlines

Microsoft ranks 16th in reputation survey; Windows Thin PC RC out; Azure has a new team leader; ARM chips -- the next big thing?


IT News, May 2: Microsoft's Big Q3

Microsoft reports $16B in Q3 2011; Windows 7 migrations slow down; Google Apps no longer free for some; Sony Playstation Network hacked; more.


IT News, April 25: Outside of These Worlds!

U.S. Energy Labs under cyberattack; Office 365 beta released; PowerShell licensing extends to non-Windows users; Microsoft exam fees to rise; more.


IT News, April 11

Reports show IT spending rising although datacenter spending is lowered; service packs for Office, SharePoint are slated for summer; hackers gain access to Epsilon's vast customer data; more.


IT News, April 4

Windows Phone will rank 2 in 2015 (IDC); Windows Core CAL licensing to undergo changes; Microsoft goes after Google in Europe


IT News, March 28: Count Me In

Microsoft advisory issued on fake digital certificates; Microsoft releases Windows Intune, Windows Phone 7 update; MS goes after BN; RSA issues guidance for SecurID customers; more.


IT News, March 21: X Marks the Spot

Microsoft knocks out spam network; IE 6 gets extension with UniBrows; RSA SecurID tokens compromised; Blackberry adds Office 365 support; more.


Redmond Radio, Week of March 14

IE 9 Released; Academic Licensing Simplified for Microsoft Software; Kinect Makes the Guinness Book of World Records; more.


Redmond Radio, Week of March 7

Global server sales in 2010 up, PC sales in 2011 forecasted lower; Patch Tuesday preview; Windows Tablet rumored for 2012; more.


Redmond Radio, Week of Feb. 28

Microsoft pulls a Windows Phone 7 that it released last week; MultiPoint Server 2011 Made Available Online This Week; Well-Founded Rumor Pegs Windows 8 Release in 2012; more.


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