April 2006 - Navigating Microsoft: A Guide to Redmond's Corporate Maze
Partner perspectives on Microsoft's partner program, Bill Gates' vision for a digital decade, building successful partnerships, Allison Watson on partner tools for profitability, SBS Server 2003 and much more.
While PC sales are on the uptick, Dell still manages to lose ground to rivals HP and Lenovo.
Consumers who bought PCs with Microsoft software preinstalled on systems or on purchased PCs from resellers can't sue for antitrust violations, says federal appeals court.
Massachusetts court denies Microsoft's request to force Novell to hand over EU papers that may help in antitrust case.
Officials at the largest Chinese PC manufacturer tells Microsoft that most of its Chinese PCs now have legitimate, licensed Windows installed.
Zenprise 2.0's diagnostics management add-on for Microsoft Exchange gets an update with self-healing capabilities, more integrated troubleshooting reference material.
Texas software company alleges that Best Buy's Geek Squad subsidiary is using unlicensed copies of Winternals' diagnosis tools.
Founder extends goodwill gesture in hopes of promoting use of genuine versions of Windows software.
Claims tighter security with new encryption chip
From the business wires this week: a NFS server, network and computer monitoring tools, an asset discovery solution, and more.
As PC growth increases, consumers and environmental groups demand manufacturers do more to properly dispose of resulting, rising e-waste.
Xbox tries to make headway by growing to 80 game titles, as Sony Playstation 3 is delayed.
Data leaks, file sharing among top reasons companies cite for increased monitoring of PC activities.
Microsoft Corp.'s MSN search engine stopped working for about four hours Thursday.
Company beta tests new software that bypasses kludgy emulation software and allows installation of Windows XP directly onto Intel-based Macs.
This is the first in an occasional series offering an inside look at prominent deals in the Microsoft partner community.
A conversation with Microsoft VP Allison Watson.