The availability of new service pack for the Windows XP operating system has been postponed until Microsoft fixes an application compatibility problem.
Poor security practices are to blame, Microsoft says.
Latest release includes a test utility that helps Microsoft Windows users try out the Linux-based operating system.
Looking to broaden the reach of high performance .NET applications across multiple clustered tiers and platforms, Microsoft this week will release a sample application, tutorials and benchmarks to help simplify the development and deployment of service-oriented architecture (SOA) composite apps.
The bug reportedly allows authenticated users to elevate privileges on networks using some Windows operating systems.
Microsoft releases an incremental update in the mean time, Cumulative Update 7.
Company releases testing and quality assurance tools for development teams.
Novell and Microsoft use virtualization technology to demonstrate running Novell's Linux on Windows server, and vice versa.
Research firm points to server virtualization as infrastructure boost for IT.
Majority are stumped, and increased network complexity has added to their burdens.
The trial version can improve desktop search performance, company reps say.
Latest release is designed to get feedback via Windows Update.
Some PCs using Intel chips can't be upgraded , and PCs using some Symantec solutions will have to wait for a fix.
Composite Software announced a new version of its enterprise data integration solution Composite Information Server.
The update is expected to improve the OS' reliability and application compatibility.
Multiple sources predict imminent release.
Web site provides tools to help test accessibility features in applications.
Both companies also develop guidelines for implementing Exchange Server 2007 on Sun server and storage hardware.
Company donates debug tool to Eclipse project.
Move aims to assure the interoperability of OOXML, ODF and other document formats.