Microsoft has added some promising new features but most users should wait for a more stable final release
A multinational software corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services related to computing, including Windows and Office. Microsoft is the world’s largest software maker measured by revenues.
Microsoft’s CEO explains his company’s foray into online advertising world and reiterates Vista’s security features
Microsoft also released betas of Internet Explorer 8 and Expression Studio 2.0, and Canadian companies are taking advantage
Security practices around Server and virtualization are key
Habanero Consulting Group discusses some custom services with Microsoft’s portal development suite
What is Redmond really thinking?
Redmond wants to make Silverlight as ubiquitous as its competitor, Adobe’s Flash
Microsoft announced cuts in some markets but it’s not clear how much customers will save, if anything, in North America
Microsoft’s COO joins Canadian customers and partners to officially launch its latest server OS, database and developer tools
New editions of Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008 underline the vendor’s “Dynamic IT” strategy
The security improvements in the second release candidate are compelling but there’s no need to rush to install
Will pay US$205 million for PlateSpin, which has 20 partners across the country
Redmond offers thousands of pages of information on software free of charge in interoperability push
The offering is ideal for small businesses on a shoestring budget that need to share data among employees
IBM, VeriSign and the major search firms are all backing a framework that would ease the user name and password hassles