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  • Shipments of Windows servers rise, IDC says

    Shipments of servers loaded with the Windows operating system grew more than shipments of any other server-and-software combination last year, new research shows. 

  • Windows Server 2003 exams available

    Three new exams that are part of Microsoft's certification for Windows Server 2003 were made available this week. 

  • Is telecom in the cards for Microsoft?

    Microsoft's recent efforts in real-time communications networking have some suggesting that it's on the path to becoming a telecommunications powerhouse. 

  • Microsoft eats crow to protect users

    If the folks at Microsoft responsible for Windows security aren't jumping out of their office windows, it's probably because those windows are secured, unlike their OS. 

  • Windows Server 2003 service pack timeframe released

    The first service pack for Windows Server 2003 will be ready in early 2004, Microsoft says. 

  • Office 2003 pricing, release date announced

    Microsoft has completed development of its core Office System 2003 products and has released the suite to manufacturing. 

  • Lovsan-type threats require layered-security approach

    The Lovsan worm that quickly exploited the Windows RPC flaw is a perfect example of why IT departments need to take a layered approach to security management. 

  • Introducing the desktop deployment center

    Welcome to the grand opening of SearchWin2000.com's new Desktop Deployment Info Center, your one-stop shop for information and advice on managing your company's Windows desktops. 

  • Microsoft woos user community

    Microsoft's plans to forge stronger ties with IT professionals is building steam as the company designs more programs that reach out to user groups. 

  • Microsoft goes deep into enemy territory

    LinuxWorld doesn't seem like the kind of place you'd expect to find Microsoft's designated Linux slayer. But there was Martin Taylor, in the middle of the action.