Operating systems


  • Microsoft Adds To Mobile Computing Arsenal
    At CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, Microsoft showed off mobile device management software and gave attendees a peek at a new version of Internet Explorer for mobile devices.
  • Will SharePoint Meet Same Fate As Lotus Notes?
    A recent report suggests that SharePoint has some of the same limitations as Lotus Notes, and that this could pose a threat to the future viability of the collaboration software in enterprises.
  • Cisco's John Chambers tells partners it's time to pounce on the next market transition


    The New Network
    Cisco CEO John Chambers on how Web 2.0 and software-as-a-service will propel the network to the forefront of the IT industry.
  • Is Vista SP1 Ready For Business?
    We can debate the fixes and the features, but the real question is when -- or whether -- businesses will warm to Micosoft's Vista operating system.
  • Dell Seeks To Smooth The Path To Vista
    Dell is offering organizations with 2,500 seats or more a set of tools that it says alleviates the cost and headaches associated with Vista migrations.
  • Microsoft Pumps Up Small Business VoIP
    Microsoft is preparing to roll out the first service pack for its Response Point small business VoIP offering, a development that's being eagerly awaited by the vendor's growing legions of Voice VARs.
  • VARs can offer customers virtual media solutions that were once out of reach


    Music And Video On Server 2008
    The launch of Windows Server 2008 triggers VARs' imaginations for new ways they can utilize the operating system's virtualization capabilities for their customers, especially when you consider Hyper-V.
  • Partners: Microsoft Still Trailing In Virtualization
    Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization hypervisor took an important step forward this week with the unveiling of a 'feature-complete' release candidate, but some partners are puzzled by its lack of certain features.

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