In a move reminiscent of its "Get the Facts" anti-Linux campaign, Microsoft is waging war on VMware with a customer-focused Web site that provides the Redmondian spin on how its products stack up against the competition.
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Now that the initial Microsoft PDC pixie dust has settled, developers are trying to digest exactly what Microsoft's cloud platform is. Here's my attempt to explain it.
Microsoft is dropping Quadrant, a tool originally slated to be part its data-modeling platform, which was originally codenamed Oslo, and is revising its plans for its M data-modeling language.
Stuart Scott, who joined Microsoft in 2005 as Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, was ousted from the company, as of November 5 for violating company policies, Microsoft officials said.
The Unix powerhouse is set to unveil new releases of its clustering and management software. The goal? Stay a step ahead of Wintel.
Green computing is a hot topic these days. And "Big Green" (a k a Microsoft) wants to make sure its next-gen Windows Server products are among the greenest of them all.
Sun is set to unveil the latest versions of its Sun Cluster and Sun Management software, sources close to the company confirmed.These two components are expected to be part of Sun's "Service Management" message during Tuesday's event, which will take place at Sun's Santa Clara, Calif.
There are lots of meaty bits buried in the Microsoft Q4 2007 and year-end fiscal 2007 balance sheets -- including the cost of rapidly growing headcount across various divisions, as well as the huge expense Microsoft is incurring to build out its datacenters to support its Live strategy.
Microsoft isn't often mentioned when it comes to in-memory database conversations. But here's why Redmond thinks they deserve to be.
Microsoft is informing customers hit by its Office 365 cloud outage this week that a "networking interruption" caused the problem, and that the company is planning to offer them a 25 percent credit for their trouble.