Official beta for Redmond's new model view controller framework released.
Microsoft today released the latest version of its multimedia browser app plug-in, which utilizes the .NET Framework.
Security-minded admins have their work cut out for them, as Microsoft coughs up 11 fixes in its October patch cycle.
A rethink of the security feature will happen with Microsoft's next OS, expected in late 2009, at earliest.
New security appliance gives DBAs a leg up on flaws and vulnerabilities lurking in corporate database management systems.
Company's Connected Services division on Friday announced key components of its 'Oslo' modeling platform.
Indonesian component maker Intersoft Solutions Corp. last month released a new version of its controls and components suite for ASP.NET -- and Silverlight-based Web development.
IT admins will see nearly a dozen security fixes on Tuesday, according to Microsoft.
A Microsoft talk fielded expert opinions on Vista upgrades and how system performance is affected.
Mono version 2.0, an open source effort to implement the Microsoft .NET development framework for Unix, Linux and other platforms, was formally released Monday.
Microsoft is planning to enhance the BI capabilities in the next version of its flagship SQL Server database, the company revealed Monday, as it kicked off its second annual Business Intelligence Conference in Seattle.
Microsoft kicked off its BI Conference this week in Seattle with news that it's planning to enhance the BI capabilities in the next version of SQL Server database.
Mono version 2.0, an open source effort to implement the Microsoft .NET development framework for Unix, Linux and other platforms, was formally released today.
The company's Linux-based high-performance computing solution is now available worldwide with support.
Analysts define an airy concept that's currently looming large on the IT horizon.
New Windows Server and .NET Framework 4.0 technologies aimed at developers who are building composite applications will be released at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference. The server technologies are the first to support Microsoft's upcoming "Oslo" modeling platform, according to Microsoft.
Amazon plans to offer hosted solutions using Microsoft's server technologies in the fall.
Microsoft issued a new runtime of its rich Internet application development platform, targeting developers.