Microsoft put another piece of its enterprise server puzzle in place Thursday when it released Exchange 2000 to manufacturing.
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87MB download fixes an array of problems
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates pitched his .NET concept to Wall Street here Thursday, offering a glimpse of the software giant's future to the analysts who make "buy" or "sell" recommendations on its stock.
Answering its critics of privacy policies, Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it would offer an update to its Web browser that would let users reject third-party cookies.
After months of promises and false starts, Microsoft Corp. moved to make Windows relevant in the post-PC centric computing era on Thursday with the unveiling of Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS).
Hosting more than 160 CEOs from around the world, Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates painted a future of technology and the Internet that will emphasize personalization and desktop-free computing.
Breakup might be good for company, says competitor
Microsoft Corp. today released a "technology preview" of its XML-embracing BizTalk Server 2000, a key piece of its Internet business-to-business strategy.
Microsoft officials were trying to figure out today how a copy of Whistler, the next-generation version of consumer Windows that will be based on Windows 2000, was posted on the Internet for download.
Ballmer says sales are "testimony to high quality and reliability" says Ballmer
Dell CEO Michael Dell sought to clarify his expectations for Windows 2000 on Tuesday, saying his comments that Microsoft's operating system will not boost sales should not be read as a criticism of the product.
Microsoft has "fully embraced the spirit of the Internet" says UserLand chief
The prospect of a settlement between the US federal government and Microsoft in the antitrust case against the software giant has grown stronger, as US District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson appointed a mediator to the case.
RC3 expected to be released around Comdex time frame
In mid-2000 Microsoft will release a package called Application Server Extensions