When you decide to move to Windows 7, you will have a perfect opportunity to secure your desktops so
Microsoft has been trying to give Windows home users a convenient, peer-to-peer networking solution
Microsoft's board this afternoon boosted the company's quarterly dividend by 23 percent, to 16 cents per share, attempting to show the company's shareholders additional value from their investment. The dividend had previously been 13 cents per share.
The board also authorized the company to take on up to $6 billion in additional debt. In a report last week predicting both moves, Bloomberg News said the company would use the additional debt for purposes including the ongoing repurchase of its shares...
For the first time in PC gaming, digital downloads have surpassed physical purchases, research firm
During his opening keynote address at Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference today, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun
Microsoft is releasing to interested testers a preview test version of the next version of its Small Business Server, known as “SBS 7,” on September 21.
SBS 7 is one of three new, low-end server offerings in the Microsoft delivery pipeline. The other two are the “Vail” Windows Home Server product (which is in final test phases), and the “Aurora” hybrid cloud/on-premises small-business server, which went to testers in August. Microsoft officials originally planned to deliver the SBS 7 preview in August, but said recently it would be delayed until September...
Microsoft's full-disk encryption feature is not being widely used, even where it is part of the Wind
Rich Reynolds: For the past several months as I have met with customers all over the world, I received a lot of positive input and feedback related to Windows 7. Customers such as BMW, Expedia, Pella Corporation, and Intel, tell me they are seeing great business value from Windows 7 Enterprise and the Windows Optimized Desktop, which is also reflected in high levels of customer satisfaction. We’re passionate about getting feedback from you to ensure we are engaging with you in the right way and having a positive impact on your business. Please, keep the feedback coming.
During many of these conversations, I get to hear encouraging details about your organization’s Windows 7 plans and the value delivered to both end users and IT professionals. I am equally encouraged by the results from a recent IDC study which shows that nearly all enterprise companies (89%) surveyed are moving forward with their Windows 7 plans within the next 24 months, if not sooner. And 64% of them are already deploying Windows 7 or have plans to migrate in the next six months. As IDC observes - and my customer conversations reinforce - very strong adoption is underway for Windows 7...
Microsoft plans to offer elements of its Zune music and movie services throughout Europe and other c
Microsoft is warning people of a potentially serious vulnerability in its ASP.NET framework used to
Microsoft Bing is integrating more tightly with Twitter through a new feature that recommends users
The tough economic conditions of the last few years have strained efforts to achieve global goals su
Google is developing a way for Microsoft Office users to edit documents collaboratively without usin
Roger Capriotti: Last week on the 15th, we released Internet Explorer 9 Beta. The initial reaction
There's some odd reorg-related news coming out of Microsoft today, September 20. The company is anno
Today during the keynote address at the High Performance Computing Financial Markets Conference, Mic
Google Apps is making some serious inroads into businesses and other organizations. There are now 30
In one scene in David Fincher's new film "The Social Network," a retelling of the early days of Face
Facebook denied a story published this weekend that says the company is "building a mobile phone," b
Apple will begin selling the Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 4 in China on Saturday, the company announced toda