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Windows Phone 7 hits Technical Preview
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform has moved a step closer to availability with the announcement that the code has reached the Technical Preview stage..
Jul 20 2010, 9:12AM
Intel unveils web-based PC management
Administrators will be able to manage AMT-based computers from anywhere in the world.
Jun 10 2010, 9:34AM
Skype releases management console for businesses
Skype has released a web-based management tool to allow organisations to deploy and manage Skype across their network..
May 21 2010, 8:07AM
SoftMaker unveils new office suite for Linux PCs
SoftMaker Office 2010 for Linux is claimed to have superior compatibility with Microsoft Office files, yet low hardware requirements enabling it to run well even on netbooks and older PCs.
Apr 8 2010, 8:05AM
Wyse talks up Apple iPad as thin client
Wyse Technology is the latest company to tout the benefits of Apple's new iPad, this time as a client for accessing virtual desktops while on the move..
Feb 2 2010, 8:33AM
Dell claims world's fastest colour office printer
Dell has rounded out its printer line-up with two new colour models for business, one A4 device claimed as the fastest of its type in the world, and the company's first A3 colour model.
Nov 25 2009, 10:13AM
Microsoft delivers Office 2010 public beta
Vendor details editions for Office 2010 along with application virtualisation for testing.
Nov 19 2009, 9:35AM
SharePoint and Office 2010 betas due in November
Microsoft is to open up SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 for public testing in November, the company has disclosed, while SharePoint itself will come in new flavours to target customers such as small businesses..
Oct 20 2009, 9:52AM
Microsoft delivers Exchange 2010 release candidate
The new test build of the Exchange 2010 email platform is feature complete, ready for pilot deployment, and available to download now from the TechNet site
Aug 20 2009, 7:56AM
Dell and Laplink address Windows 7 upgrade pains
Microsoft's Windows 7 is nearing release, and IT vendors are turning to the problems customers will face when migrating to the new platform, especially the large volume of users still running Windows XP.
Jul 24 2009, 10:13AM
Windows 7 hits release to manufacturing
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 7 has been released to manufacturing (RTM), meaning that the operating system is essentially finished and ready to ship to PC vendors ahead of official availability on 22 October.
Jul 23 2009, 10:05AM
RIM readies BlackBerry Desktop for Mac users
Research In Motion (RIM) has lifted the lid on a forthcoming Mac version of its BlackBerry Desktop software, which will enable Apple users with a BlackBerry handset to synchronise information between the two systems.
Jul 22 2009, 9:53AM
Microsoft spills the beans on Office 2010
Web-based versions of Office apps to be available at no cost to Windows Live subscribers.
Jul 14 2009, 9:58AM
Microsoft opens beta of Security Essentials
Microsoft has made available the beta version of its forthcoming Security Essentials tool, designed to protect consumers against malware and other threats..
Jun 25 2009, 8:05AM
iPhone gets iPass client for global Wi-Fi access
Enterprise users can now access Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide.
May 6 2009, 9:30AM
RIM introduces BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0
Research In Motion has released a new version of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) for business customers, adding a web-based administration console and enhancements such as the ability for users to access Windows fileshares from their BlackBerry handset.
May 6 2009, 9:30AM
Microsoft unveils Windows 7 Release Candidate
Windows 7 RC arrives along with beta of XP application compatibility tool.
May 1 2009, 8:08AM
Windows 7 to get XP Mode for compatibility
Virtualisation tool will help small firms migrate to next-gen Microsoft OS.
Apr 28 2009, 9:07AM
Windows XP support runs out next week
Windows XP will pass another milestone on the road to retirement next week when Microsoft withdraws mainstream support for the operating system..
Apr 8 2009, 8:42AM
Microsoft unveils Windows Server 2008 Foundation
Low-cost version of Windows Server to be pre-installed on entry-level hardware for small firms.
Apr 2 2009, 9:39AM
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