Last Thursday, Microsoft released the final version of Hyper-V, the much anticipated built-in hypervisor for Windows Server 2008. Back in February, we had a look at a late beta release, and we were quite impressed with the performance of the system and how easy it was to manage virtual machines.
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My colleague and fellow ZDNet blogger Mary Jo Foley continues to polish her crystal ball about Windows 7's delivery date in her last Friday's column, based on interpreting new statements from Microsoft chairman Bill Gates as well as the party line about the already stated 3-year release cycle.
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After seven years of working from home, I finally have the tools to communicate and collaborate seamlessly with my remote colleagues.
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The last four years were an exciting and challenging time to be at Microsoft, arguably the most transformative time in the company's history.