Microsoft on Tuesday made available yet another in a seemingly endless stream of interim product updates with the release of Windows Server 2003 Release Candidate Zero (RC0).
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IBM has realigned its Linux strategy around selling industry- and business-specific applications, company executives said Tuesday at the Linuxworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
Microsoft aims to add speech-enabling technology to a future version of its Exchange Server as part of its unified messaging strategy, a move that could potentially compete with its third-party ISV (independent software vendor) partners.
Microsoft is due to release the first beta of the next version of Windows later today, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
Since Tuesday, Microsoft has required customers to validate that they are running legitimate copies of Windows before they can use the company's download services.
The founder of a Redmond, Washington-based custom application and services provider is considering taking action to challenge Microsoft over the naming of the next version of the Windows operating system (OS).
Microsoft is readying changes to its certification programs that are expected to take effect with the release of SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 in November.
Microsoft on Tuesday completed its acquisition of antivirus software vendor Sybari Software with the decision to continue selling Sybari's products on a stand-alone basis.
Industries worldwide are focusing on achieving higher levels of productivity, optimising processes, and reducing costs in order to meet rising demands and maximize return on investment (ROI).