Microsoft last week disclosed consumer pricing for Windows 7 upgrades, unveiling the Family Pack and Windows Anytime Upgrade options.
Office 2007 has functionality that allows administrators to see SharePoint in a whole new light.
- By J. Peter Bruzzese
Microsoft executives on Thursday explained the company's business and prospects at the 2009 Microsoft Financial Analyst Meeting in Redmond, Wash.
Microsoft's financials continued to decline, with the company reporting $13.1 billion in revenue for its fiscal fourth-quarter -- a 17 percent decrease compared with last year's fourth quarter.
Microsoft popped the champagne corks in Redmond today by announcing that Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 have both reached the "release to manufacturing" stage.
Plus: Windows 7 security baseline guide; Adobe installer flaw; U.S. still ranks in spam origination.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft last week released tools for IT pros and partners planning Windows deployments.
Microsoft rolled out beta 2 of its Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) enterprise security solution this week.
- By Herb Torrens
IT purchasing has been so bad recently that things have got to be looking up.
- By Herb Torrens
Moving to an older version of Microsoft software can be tricky, some readers say.
Microsoft last week announced the availability of beta 2 of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010.
Microsoft is working with the government to establish secure system settings that are expected to become the Federal Desktop Core Configuration for Windows 7.
- By William Jackson
Microsoft's new Windows 7 "upgrade option program" for consumers and small businesses has a catch: the offer is restricted to buying 25 PCs or less.
Microsoft on Thursday announced Windows 7 consumer pricing, an upgrade program for new PC buyers and a limited-time discount offer -- starting on June 26.
Microsoft has clarified its downgrade rights policies for Windows 7 purchasers when that operating system becomes generally available.