The new TurboCharger is a SAN-attached data acceleration appliance that fits transparently into the network.
Articles by Stuart J. Johnston
One sleeper at the company's partner conference was the announcement that a significant update to Microsoft's Intune PC management service just entered beta.
Microsoft is betting the billions it's spending to get Skype will translate into billions of users down the line.
ViVu offers inexpensive, high-definition video teleconferencing services meant to enhance Microsoft's Office Communications Server and its successor, Lync.
Microsoft execs say Kinect for Lync will marry unified communications with gesture recognition some time soon.
With its rebranded unified communications server, Microsoft takes aim at "legacy" PBXs.
With Lync's release to manufacturing done and the formal launch scheduled for mid-November, Microsoft gets ready to re-introduce its unified communications solution.
A new survey indicates Microsoft's upcoming unified communications platform will likely see quick adoption.
As Microsoft prepares to ship Lync 2010, the company has some good news about the unified communications package for price-conscious IT buyers.
Formerly known as Microsoft Communications Server, a renamed Office Communications Server 14 is making its way toward release.
Collaboration will let customers tie Polycom's conferencing products with Microsoft's Unified Communications tools.
Attacks targeting the way Windows processes shortcuts to local files are already in the wild as Microsoft rushes out an unscheduled patch.
Latest system software allows exchange of data files during video conferences -- without cable swapping.
Next Tuesday's batch of patches from Microsoft won't land as hard as June's, but eSecurityPlanet reports that three critical holes will be dealt with, making quick deployment a necessity.
As comment period expires, Microsoft submits its own thoughts on how best to protect innovation on the Internet, warning against "insufficiently tailored regulations."
Claiming double-digit growth over the past three years, a Microsoft vice president says its unified communications product will help usher in his view of a world of "connected communications."
Partnership opens the door for Microsoft Office Communications Server users to take advantage of Verizon's VoIP services.
Microsoft's unified communications initiative certifies Verizon Business' IP trunking to work with its Office Communications Server 2007 Release 2.
Up from half of most corporate fleets when Vista launched.
One analyst says it will.
The FTP server opens a hole that could lead to administrator compromise.
Uptake may be more aggressive than Vista in the long run, but at the moment IT managers aren't committing.
Microsoft can't seem to get Vista behind it fast enough.
Despite cheery statements about increasing adoptions, new surveys show IT is still skeptical about deploying Vista in the enterprise.
New reports indicate Vista may still not be kick-starting large-scale deployments in IT shops.