Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, stating the obvious for emphasis, called the Sidekick outage "not good," but said he thinks all data will be recovered. And he added that Microsoft needs to be more forthcoming in explaining to enterprise customers why a similar situation won't occur with the company's online services.
Google Tuesday unveiled synchronization technology that supports Microsoft Outlook as the front end to Gmail, giving users an option to scrap Exchange on the...
Amid the growing popularity of software-as-a-service, IT managers are faced with a sometimes monumental task of developing...
Messaging and security vendor Kerio in March will release a Mac-based VPN client for its WinRoute Firewall.
The on-again, off-again rumors of layoffs at Microsoft appear to be off again after CNBC reported that the company would not...
Comments from the Microsoft CEO sparked speculation that the company would again try to make a play for Yahoo—speculation that Microsoft immediately shot down.
Microsoft Thursday announced it has topped $60 billion in yearly revenue for the first time in its history.
Microsoft is countering criticism about Windows Vista use by taking a swipe at Apple.
Microsoft Xbox chief Peter Moore claims his decision to take a job with EA is unrelated to ongoing concerns about Xbox 360 reliability.
The Linux faithful might be staring down the barrel of another round of Microsoft’s legal taunts, but at last week’s Linux Foundation Summit, the reaction was more ho-hum than oh-no.
In anticipation of Wednesday's joint appearance by Steve Jobs and Bill Gates at the D: All Things Digital conference, NetworkWorld proposes 10 questions for the tech heavyweights.
Startup Bitkoo is releasing as a commercial product identity-management technology developed and deployed by Walt Disney.
Bill Gates has announced that Longhorn Server will officially be called Windows Server 2008.
Apple is beginning to cast a shadow in the corporate-infrastructure world as the Mac becomes a realistic alternative to Windows and Linux.
Microsoft saw dramatically lower year-over-year profits for its latest reported quarter, but still beat the street.
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