Stories by Gregg Keizer

Windows Server gets aboard the fast train

Now that Microsoft is talking up a faster Windows Server release schedule, it's going to have to prove it can deliver, says Directions on Microsoft's Jim Gaynor.

Microsoft: No, it's not an audit

Microsoft thinks enterprise customers have the wrong idea about the asset management investigations its partners tout as a way to save money on software licensing.

May's Windows numbers: Windows 7 digs in

Windows 7 dug in its heels in May, and retained control over a majority of all Windows PCs. That could spell problems for later corporate migrations to Windows 10.

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