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    As another year comes to a close, it's time for researchers at Directions on Microsoft to issue their annual list of top challenges for Microsoft, a company whose every move is intensely scrutinized. 

  • Future path of Windows Server outlined

    Microsoft has issued an updated product road map for various flavors of its server operating system, including the much-hyped Longhorn. 

  • Microsoft takes a hit in Forrester desktop rankings

    The firm's survey, which evaluated desktop management offerings from Microsoft, BMC, Computer Associates and others, gave high marks to software that offers cross-platform support. 

  • Special report: The best Windows tools

    Some of the most useful products for the Windows platform don't cost a dime. Others are inexpensive upgrades from freeware that are geared toward large enterprises. Whatever your needs, there's a wealth of tools that are just a download away. 

  • Audit tool works in harmony with SMS

    System Audit Manager, a tool that acts as a front end for Microsoft's Systems Management Server, helps companies reconcile software licenses ahead of a software audit. 

  • Windows, Linux mired in benchmarking cat fight

    Explaining how Windows stacks up against Linux in a high demand environment sounds like a simple exercise, but one expert says it's actually a complicated task, for several reasons. 

  • Product lifecycles get the Windows treatment

    Microsoft has forged an alliance with France's Dassault Systemes to integrate Windows and SQL Server with applications that manage a company's products from the design phase to distribution. 

  • NetWare holdouts courted by Microsoft, open source

    Microsoft is offering free tools to convince loyalists of the aging operating system to make the switch to Windows, but Linux vendors are eager to snare these customers as well. 

  • Microsoft, Novell share common belief

    In an online forum, executives from the two companies agree that proprietary and open source software are intertwined in the enterprise.