Microsoft offered some tips about connecting the Windows 8 "customer preview" beta with Windows Home Server.
SQL Server licensing will undergo some adjustments as version 2012 is released in April.
Verizon found that 97 percent of breaches it studied could have been avoided by "simple and intermediate controls," according to a security report released today.
Microsoft released its latest network administrator toolkit for assessing Windows environments.
The OpenNebula project released drivers that add support for Microsoft's hypervisor technology.
Microsoft slashed the prices of many of its Office 365 service plans by about 20 percent.
Today's release of Microsoft security update features six bulletins, with one labeled as "critical," four "important" and one "moderate."
A new beta-test search tool for PowerShell users that's designed to find code across local and online repositories was released by Microsoft on Monday.
This year's CanSecWest security conference's Pwn2Own contest saw Google's Chrome Web browser fall to multiple exploits on Wednesday.
Government regulation could hamper efforts to get ahead of innovative bad guys, argued a panel of network executive in a Congressional hearing this week.
- By William Jackson
According to the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification. Microsoft's monthly security update will feature one bulletin item "critical," four "important" and one moderate.
Microsoft shared some information this week on the relationship between Windows Server 8 and PowerShell.
A community test preview (CTP) release of Windows Embedded Standard 8 is now available to download, according to a Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft's upcoming SQL Server version has now been approved for release-to-manufacturing (RTM).
Improvements include GUI and PowerShell enhancements, virtual machine memory boosts, security and self-updating cluster option improvements.
Microsoft announced a partnership with Good Technology to bring encrypted e-mail services to Windows Phone 7.5.
Microsoft unveiled a beta test version of a new service for IT professionals to scan Windows systems for problems.
Microsoft released two free tools to help IT pros troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook e-mail clients.
Microsoft is working on touch interface capabilities that can be used with Office 15 on devices that may not have Windows 8's touch features.
Microsoft said it will simultaneously release the Windows 8 Consumer Preview along with the Visual Studio 11 and NET Framework 4.5 betas on Feb. 29.
- By Kathleen Richards