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Microsoft Demos Office Communications Server '14'
Claiming double-digit growth over the past three years, a Microsoft vice president says …
Verizon Certified as SIP Trunk Provider for Microsoft UC
Partnership opens the door for Microsoft Office Communications Server users to take …
Microsoft, Verizon Get Cozy on VoIP, Unified Communications
Microsoft's unified communications initiative certifies Verizon Business' IP trunking to …
88 Percent of Corporate PCs Win7 Ready Says Study
Up from half of most corporate fleets when Vista launched.
Will Windows 7 Spur an IT Upgrade Cycle?
One analyst says it will.
Microsoft Rushes Out Patch to IIS Exploit
The FTP server opens a hole that could lead to administrator compromise.
Windows 7 No Enterprise IT Shoo-In
Uptake may be more aggressive than Vista in the long run, but at the moment IT managers …
Windows 7 May Be Closer Than Thought
Microsoft can't seem to get Vista behind it fast enough.
More IT Shops Plan to Wait for Windows 7
Despite cheery statements about increasing adoptions, new surveys show IT is still …
Is Vista Still a Flop With IT?
New reports indicate Vista may still not be kick-starting large-scale deployments in IT …
Microsoft Taps Legal Czar Amid EU, OOXML Woes
Company signs on a former diplomat, aims to solve its European legal problems.
Will Vista in the Enterprise Ever Take Off?
Wondering whether Vista will ever catch on with enterprise customers? The answer may be …
Windows XP SP3 Just Around The Corner
Users hanging on to XP will get their final Service Pack -- including a security upgrade …
Microsoft: XP Not Out to Pasture Yet
Ultra low-cost PCs may mean Microsoft's aging operating system still has a few more races …
New Interoperability for Microsoft?
As Redmond aims for compatibility with various identity management technologies, is it …
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