March 2007 - Dynamics Growing Pains
Microsoft, SAP square off; inside Symantec Ghost's disk imaging and client management solution; more
Microsoft Learning retires Windows 2000-to-Windows 2003 MCSE upgrade exams next year.
A Russian school principal accused of installing pirated Microsoft software in school computers was ordered Tuesday to stand trial for a second time.
Microsoft Corp. said it sold 20 million consumer copies of Windows Vista worldwide in February.
Exams for candidates who want to highlight their skills with Microsoft's messaging platform head onto the beta test onramp.
At least two federal government agencies are refusing to upgrade their computers with Microsoft's Windows Vista.
IBM Corp. it has won a 10-year contract to manage the IT infrastructure of Indian mobile company Idea Cellular
Dell Inc. has a new desktop computer targeting first-time and novice computer users in China.
The United States generates more malicious computer activity than any other country
Gates said Microsoft was helping set up computer learning centers in areas where demobilized paramilitary fighters are in dire need of job training.
Microsoft will buy Tellme Networks, which provides voice-enabled mobile search, directory assistance and computerized, speech-driven customer service hotlines.
Lenovo Group Ltd. became the first computer maker to agree to pre-load Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Live toolbar
Microsoft expands Partner Skills Plus program to include MCP exams covering Vista, Exchange 2007 and the Office technology suite.
Printers with data drives used for storing, reproducing copied documents can be security weak link if not protected.
Microsoft plans to retest two Vista exams, 70-621 and 70-622, that were originally beta tested in January and February this year.
DST scramble is on as daylight savings time change occurs this weekend.
Sweden's government presented plan to allow defense intelligence agency to monitor e-mail traffic and phone calls crossing the nation's borders.
The executive who led Microsoft Corp.'s Web search division is leaving the his post with the software maker to start his own business.
Most people just grumble and hit delete, but when Gordon Dick received a spam message advertising Internet services, he fought back.
An update still hasn't resolved some of the compatibility problems with Microsoft Corp.'s new operating system.
Microsoft shows off cutting-edge software inventions at TechFest, the annual gathering of the software maker's international research department.
New study says that we're running out of storage for all that online information.
Wal-Mart fires systems technician for recording of phone conversations and for intercepting text messages without authorization.
Company known for IT automation suite reaches out.
Microsoft is asking rivals to pay too much for information that can help software interoperate, claims European Union commissioner.
Associate OEM distributor graduates to Authorized status.
Microsoft drives up support for Network Access Protection technology.
A Microsoft program gives partners a way to help customers with pre-existing conditions and other issues.
TechPartner will be held March 28-29, Orlando, Fla.