Plus: VD funding dries up; Microsoft Partner Network conference; Internet espionage; MPN subscriptions.
By Jeffrey Schwartz
When Microsoft Office 2010 ships this month, the suite faces its most serious challenge yet from lower-cost alternatives. Here are nine reasons why Redmond's newest version still promises to be a boon to partners.
By Scott Bekker
As part of the Microsoft Partner Network overhaul, Microsoft is revamping the popular Action Pack program this month.
By Jeffrey Schwartz, Scott Bekker
Microsoft is usually the one to beat. But we're talking search, so this means Microsoft is looking up to a larger foe in Google.
By David Nagel
GoToMeeting and Receiver are the Florida company's firsts for the new device.
DCS Netlink started in 1991 as PC to Go, a retailer of computer hardware and software, and a network solutions provider primarily for small companies.
By Kurt Mackie
Microsoft: SQL Server 2008 R2 will be generally available this month.
By Jabulani Leffall
Report documents how cyber threats are becoming a low-cost tool for intelligence gathering.
Microsoft announced last month that support for Intel Itanium processors will be phased out for Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio -- ending the Microsoft era of multi-architecture support in server processors.
The market for venture money appears to have bottomed out, but VCs remain cautious.
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