Microsoft has released its May set of security patches, fixing critical bugs in Windows, Office and Exchange.
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Some Oracle customers using the Windows operating system will have to wait another two weeks to receive a critical software update to their database software, thanks to a glitch that came up in testing the company's latest patches.
Skype says business users grab 30 percent of its downloads, but is the enterprise ready for wider use?
Microsoft has released a major update to its server operating system designed to make the product more stable and secure.
Retailers have begun taking orders for Symantec's next-generation desktop security software, and the product is set to ship in the middle of next month, according to Amazon.com.
There was a little surprise buried in Microsoft's monthly security bulletins Tuesday. It turns out that Microsoft had quietly slipped out one of the February fixes, just days before its Jan. 30 Vista launch.
Microsoft Corp. released its February <a href="http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/current.aspx">set of security updates</a> Tuesday, including critical fixes for bugs in Office and the scanning engine used by the company's security products.
Two and a half years after handing the chief executive title to his hand-picked successor, Kevin Rollins, Michael Dell is again running the company he founded, Dell Inc.
Microsoft has finally rolled its Vista operating system out the door, billing it as its most secure operating system ever, but what are the security features that will really matter to enterprise users?
About half of the downloads claiming to be free versions of Microsoft Corp.'s Vista operating system are actually malicious Trojan horse software, security vendor DriveSentry Inc. warned Thursday.
With sales of its storage software dropping, Symantec plans to lay off some staff as part of plans to cut US$200 million in expenses.
Malicious software that was sent out in millions of spam messages over the weekend has now infected about 300,000 computers, making it the worst malware outbreak since 2005 .
Weak sales in its enterprise storage group have forced Symantec to warn of lower-than-expected financial results for its most recent quarter.
Oracle has taken a cue from Microsoft and started giving its customers an early warning of what they can expect from upcoming security patch releases.
A flaw in Mozilla's Firefox browser makes it easy for cybercriminals to steal user information on web sites where users create their own pages, such as MySpace.com.
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