Paul Maritz, who was leading Microsoft's efforts to woo developers to its new .NET platform, has announced he is leaving the company for personal reasons.
Stories by John Fontana
Microsoft on Monday released the first beta of BizTalk Server 2000, which is designed to integrate applications and business partner networks using XML.
Microsoft Corp. is finally ready to test a document management and collaboration server that has been in development for more than a year, but the software is likely to leave IT executives scratching their heads over when and where to use it.
Application Center one of the three major products
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates met with Network World Senior Editor John Fontana last week at NetWorld+Interop 2000 to talk about the antitrust case against his company and a variety of technology matters, including the role of XML, security standards, application service providers and those ever-present viruses.
Microsoft Corp. on Friday published a key proprietary data format that has been at the heart of interoperability questions surrounding "standards-based" Kerberos security in Windows 2000.
Microsoft Corp. is again drawing fire over the issue of standards support, and this time the target is on Internet Explorer.
Active Directory still short of Novell's NDS
Microsoft Corp. has reversed field on its Windows 2000 clustering strategy and will now tear out part of the technology and fold it into a separate server.
Grocery store analogy fares poorly
Microsoft's defence in its antitrust trial today revisited the argument that it has not hurt consumers by giving away its browser software and integrating it into its Windows operating system.
Technology gives network administrators a chance to model and test Active Directory
Update ties server suite's components more into collaboration environment