While Microsoft's onetime flagship operating system is seven years old, it remains in wide use and actually got a reprieve from a planned deadline that would have ended paid incident support for the product later this month.
What's more, some of Windows NT Server's contemporaries, Windows NT Workstation, SQL Server 7.0 and Exchange 5.5, all got reprieves of their own.
Microsoft's handling of the support issues around Windows NT and its generation of products show the software giant is gradually learning that it is a legacy product vendor with attendant responsibilities to customers.
Security expert Dale Meredith identifies cybersecurity challenges, best practices and major concerns resulting from all the employees forced into home offices by COVID-19.
Lots of things can go wrong during a commercial spaceflight -- especially once your capsule leaves space. An unplanned ocean landing is just one of those worst-case scenarios.
Microsoft on Thursday announced an agreement to buy Affirmed Networks for an undisclosed price.
Microsoft this week advocated for the split tunneling networking approach to support remote workers, rather than send all traffic through a corporate virtual private network (VPN).
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