November 2008 - 2008 Readers' Choice Awards: Introducing Redmond's Triple Crown
This year, we honor three-time Readers' Choice winners. Also in this issue: Cisco goes after Microsoft in collaboration software, using the right software can help you save money, Exchange 2007 SP1 and Chrome reviewed, and more.
Google's new beta browser shows promise, but needs lots of filling out.
Besides carpooling and riding a bicycle to work, using the right software can keep some gas money in your pocket.
To recognize the dynasties in our annual Readers' Choice competition, Redmond is introducing the "Triple Crown," a new award for products that have won (at least) three Readers' Choice honors in a row.
Networking giant Cisco goes after Microsoft's supremacy in the collaboration-software market.
Service Pack 1 brings high-availability enhancements and added capabilities.
A completely revamped data center, virtualized servers and networks...it's all part of the VDC-OS plan.
From standards-compliance to testing, Microsoft is rethinking its strategy for the upcoming browser.
Want to send an e-mail from the command line? Give Blat a try.
When it comes to questionable business practices, sometimes the free toys just aren't worth it.
IE8 won't break new ground, but it will feature some notable security improvements.
Software installation might sound like instructions on the back of the shampoo bottle. But it doesn't have to be that way.
PowerShell cmdlets come well-stocked with common parameters. Let's look at what you can get out of the -OutVariable parameter.
The companies' new products could change the virtualization game.
The virtualization giant's new CEO on competing with Redmond.