Dell last week announced plans to acquire systems management solution provider Kace for an undisclosed amount.
- By Herb Torrens
Microsoft changed its product naming scheme for its embedded operating system family, taking a cue from its Windows 7 desktop OS.
Microsoft plans to release an update for Windows 7 today to counter software piracy.
- By Anne Watkins
A report issued last week by Forrester Research found generally positive views about Windows 7 among some early adopters.
Windows 7 users who have received alarming messages about needing to replace their laptop batteries may just be getting better information.
A key Microsoft executive answered questions about the company's business prospects at the Thomas Weisel Technology & Telecom Conference on Monday.
Microsoft is responding to complaints from some Windows 7 users about a message that suggests impending battery failure when using a laptop.
Here are seven powerful predictions for Microsoft's future.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft this week issued four specialized fixes for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 products.
Microsoft outperformed expectations in its fiscal second quarter, largely based on consumer Windows 7 spending, according to an announcement Thursday.
Microsoft changed its licensing for businesses that rent out PCs by announcing an extra, one-time fee for Office and Windows.
- By Anne Watkins
Microsoft and Intel have joined efforts to produce digital signage technology for the retail industry.
Windows 7 has the potential to become a security target in 2010, according to researchers, although it's held up so far.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft opened the new year with marketing push designed to wean small-to-medium orgs off older Windows and Office products.
After only a few months of availability, many are already moving to Windows 7. Here, readers offer tips and best practices for others making the flight away from Windows XP or Windows Vista.