Officials went with MacOS because it has no command shell, and does not support remote log-ins
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"TCO reduction is not a justification for a Windows 2000 desktop migration," says researcher
Shipping date more a matter of pride for Microsoftthan crucial for customers
Microsoft has discovered a security flaw in Excel 2000 that is similar to one found in the previous version of the spreadsheet software, the company announced last week.
Microsoft officially moved into the embedded systems market last week with the release of Windows NT Embedded 4.0, which the company is aiming at retail sales, telecommunications, manufacturing, Internet appliances, and other vertical markets.
The next consumer Windows operating system, already enshrouded by Microsoft with the catch phrase, "It just works", is expected to be released next year.
SEATTLE (07/22/99) - When it comes to the PC, Microsoft Corp. is in the midst of a balancing act -- trying to maintain the genre's vitality, in which it has an obvious stake, while at the same time moving beyond the PC with Windows.
Zoomit's technologies to be integrated with Active Directory next year
Many beta testers still are unclear about when they will get their hands on RC1
Gates makes pitch to 100 corporate leaders
Now it looks like June 1
Always cynical about Microsoft's Windows NT claims, the GartnerGroup warned corporate users on Monday to steer clear of the first version of Windows 2000.
Microsoft has identified three more "minor" year 2000 (Y2K) bugs in its Windows 98 operating system, and will release fixes soon, the company stated on Friday.
New Windows 2000 Corporate Preview Program announced
Microsoft will release an enhanced version of Windows 98 -- called Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) -- in June, company officials said this week.