NetPro Tuesday upgraded a trio of its tools focusing on new features for Windows access management, auditing, logging and compliance, and support for non-Windows platforms.
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Microsoft has opened its annual TechEd conference focusing on the merits of virtualisation ahead of the late summer release of its most important product to date in that area.
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Microsoft Tuesday filled in the blanks on its delayed identity management scorecard by releasing the first public beta of Identity Lifecycle Manager 2.0.
Gibson Guitar is enjoying the sweet music playing out on its multifaceted unified communications system that connects its users across the globe.
Similar to its famous "developers, developers, developers" rant, Microsoft is chanting "software, software, software" as it lays the cornerstones of its unified communications platform.
Cisco and Microsoft take radically different approaches to unified communications
Taking a page from the doctors at Moses Taylor Hospital, IT staff at the US facility last year diagnosed their messaging system and came up with an effective treatment that's turned out to be a life saver.
Windows 7 will feature multi-touch screen technology among many features Microsoft revealed Tuesday night during the first official demo of the software.
Microsoft Friday said it will update its popular Desktop Optimization Pack with additional virtualization software now that its acquisition of Kidaro has been finalized.
Microsoft Tuesday made available for download the latest beta of its virtualization add-on for Windows Server 2008.
Linux e-mail vendor @Mail Monday released an open source version of its Webmail client and is making it available for free.
Power management vendor Verdiem has updated its Surveyor tools that help users regulate energy consumption by Windows-based PCs with features that solve "PC insomnia" and that automatically close open applications.
It took no more than a few cases of miniature, toy flying pigs being handed out at Microsoft's annual management conference in April to dramatize how significantly the company's strategy for building a management platform has changed in the past five years.
Microsoft Tuesday began offering Windows XP SP3 on its automatic download Web sites and resumed automatic downloads of Vista SP1 after compatibility issues arose last week.