Friday, October 22, 2021

Ryan Naraine

Microsoft’s Biz IM Server Goes Gold

After nearly six months of beta testing, Microsoft's Office Live Communications Server 2005 is ready for prime time. The next iteration of Redmond's enterprise instant messaging product...

Large-Scale IM Virus Attack Feared

Security researchers are seeing the first signs of a large-scale virus attack taking advantage of a known flaw in the way JPEG images are processed in Microsoft...

Berners-Lee Calls For More Voice Apps

NEW YORK -- World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee is challenging developers to do more with voice recognition systems and spur a sector that is...

XP SP2 Deadline Extended

Microsoft has pushed back the deadline for the complete delivery of its Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) to April 2005. The software giant had originally planned...

Seeking Riches in Business IM Niches

The Silicon Valley veteran who created the iMovie and iPhoto applications and helped drive Apple's (Quote, Chart) successful digital hub strategy wants to prove there's money to...

MS Releases XP SP2 App Testing Guide

Enterprise developers looking for a guide to test applications against the new Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) are getting some help from Microsoft . The software giant...

Microsoft Hooks into AOL, Yahoo for Business IM

The big three instant messaging providers will start chatting with each other, sort of. In a deal that breathes new life into the struggling business instant messaging space...

US-CERT: Beware of IE

The U.S. government's Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is warning Web surfers to stop using Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser. On the heels of last week's sophisticated malware...

Microsoft in NT 4.0 Support Switch

In what amounts to a change in strategy about ending support for Windows NT, Microsoft has agreed to an unspecified extension of Windows NT 4.0 software security...

AOL Takes AIM at Online Meetings

The never-ending quest to find revenue streams in the instant messaging market has hit a new gear with America Online's rollout of new paid service to allow...

Merrill Analyst Calls For HP Split

Merrill Lynch's technology research analyst Steven Milunovich is urging Hewlett-Packard to split into two divisions, arguing that separation makes sense -- whether computer margins recover or...

Sneak Peek Into Microsoft Research

NEW YORK -- When Microsoft Research chief Rick Rashid looks into his crystal ball, he sees a world where technological advancements in data storage and networked communication...

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