- June 10, 2008
The software company has new beta releases for SQL Server 2008, ILM and a handful of new topic-specific certifications in the pipeline.
- June 09, 2008
IT administrators concerned about virtual desktop security can now set user access policies for XenDesktop using a security appliance.
- June 03, 2008
Microsoft's Oslo, Velocity and the Sync Framework are new platforms for Windows developers. What will they mean for IT managers?
- June 02, 2008
IT administrators can now access Microsoft's free Sysinternals diagnostic tools via a new service being tested by the vendor.
- May 28, 2008
Most companies don't have one IT manager in charge of buying all of the virtualization software, which could lead to lots of management inefficiencies.
- May 27, 2008
Microsoft's decision to use a refined Vista kernel for its next OS, Windows 7, is a smart business move. But does it help IT managers?
- May 22, 2008
Microsoft SVP Bob Muglia said Microsoft briefly considered licensing the open source hypervisor, Xen.
- May 21, 2008
Citrix extends its desktop strategy with the release of its desktop virtualization product XenDesktop.
- May 20, 2008
Hyper-V RC1 offers performance and security improvements.
- May 15, 2008
Microsoft aims to compete with big systems management vendors, but one analyst at Forrester Research says its role, though important, is complementary.
- May 13, 2008
VMware answers Microsoft's virtual management news with a wave of its own new management tools. One expert compares the two.
- May 06, 2008
Microsoft is releasing XP SP3 and Vista SP1 to those who are not using the retail management application software that caused the initial problem.
- May 02, 2008
It's still not clear whether desktop virtualization has any true value, but that may be because it's still early in the game.
- May 01, 2008
Microsoft hammers home the message of how it will use its own management platform to compete against virtualization powerhouse VMware.
- April 29, 2008
Enterprises want Microsoft to provide better support for Unix and Linux, as well as for its own products. System Center is moving in that direction.