Microsoft last week announced a number of updates to its System Center line of server management products.
Microsoft put out the word on Monday that IT organizations can start deploying Windows 7 now, citing the cost benefits of doing so.
Microsoft executive Charles Songhurst answered questions on Microsoft's business strategy at the Jefferies Annual Technology Conference in New York on Tuesday.
Tests conducted by Microsoft show that upgrades from Vista to Windows 7 can, in certain situations, take more than 20 hours.
- By Kevin McCaney
Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2009 will get an R2 upgrade next month, according to an announcement by Microsoft on Monday.
Microsoft on Tuesday released its next-generation Windows operating system deployment tool for IT pros, called Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010.
The all-critical patch release of hotfixes served up by Redmond Tuesday hadn't even cooled off yet when Microsoft issued yet another security advisory on late Tuesday night.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft's chief financial officer fielded questions about Microsoft's business at the Citi Annual Technology Conference on Wednesday.
Software security vendors like to point to glitches in Microsoft products, but they don't always get much acknowledgment from Redmond.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Worldwide server revenues decreased more than 30 percent in the second quarter of 2009 compared with last year's second quarter, according to a report announced last week by IDC.
- By Herb Torrens
Microsoft rolled out yet another free test version of Windows 7 on Tuesday -- this time targeting IT pros who haven't previously had access to the new operating system.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the availability of a test version of its Windows Embedded Standard 2011 operating system, formerly code-named "Quebec."
Learning PowerShell is simple once you understand these basic cmdlets.
- By Jeffery Hicks
Doug's a big fan of Windows 7, from its quickness to its stability. But that doesn't mean it's perfect.
As Windows 7 nears, more enterprises consider inexpensive netbooks -- but only for a narrow range of applications.
- By Joanne Cummings