For now, Microsoft has changed the delivery schedule to the first half of 2005. Look for more details about the timetable and specifics on the feature set at the SQL PASS conference later this month.
Even in advance of that, third-party software vendors and partners are eager for the Yukon release as they seek to leverage new baseline functionality Microsoft will be bringing to its database management system. ENT contributing editor Joe McKendrick has that story.
As the world waits for Yukon, the four-year-old SQL Server 2000 database is increasingly coming under attack from rival Oracle from a surprising angle -- price. Steve Swoyer takes a sharp look at what lurks underneath price claims from both Oracle and Microsoft.
Meanwhile, IBM hasn't stood still. Later this month the database giant will unleash its next major release of the DB2 Universal Database, code-named "Stinger."
Users of Microsoft 365 services, especially the Outlook on the Web App, experienced a service disruption on Monday, June 5.
Microsoft Teams will be receiving new and updated features, including support for its AI-powered Designer tool.
Windows 11 users are getting new features, which are expected to arrive at latest in July, per a Microsoft announcement this week.
The Microsoft Edge browser is getting lots of enhancements, as announced this week at Microsoft Build.
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