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October, 2009

  • Red Hat and Microsoft Expand Virtualization Interoperability Options

    Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that customers can now deploy fully supported virtualization environments that combine Microsoft Windows Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In response to customer demand...
  • System Center Service Manager Beta 2 Now Available

    Today, Microsoft announced the release of System Center Service Manager Beta 2, with over 300 customers participating in the product’s Rapid Deployment Program. In their early evaluations, these customers have seen how through the power of Service Manager...
  • IT Pro survey illustrates that Microsoft provides a path to success for consultants and solution providers.

    Microsoft recently conducted an online survey of 2000 IT professionals about if, how and why they use solution providers (IT consultants, resellers, system integrators and hosted service providers.) The results verify what Microsoft’s been hearing from...
  • Forefront Update

    Today Microsoft is announcing a schedule and strategy update for Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010, a component of the upcoming Forefront Protection Suite (previously codenamed “Stirling.”) Microsoft is delaying the release of Forefront Endpoint...
  • Provide a Better Web Site Experience with Faster Response Times

    Today, Microsoft announced the beta release of IIS Application Warm-Up – an extension for IIS 7.5 that enables IT Professionals to improve the responsiveness of their Web sites by loading the Web applications before the first request arrives. By proactively...
  • Project “Gemini” Name Revealed

    At the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas today, Microsoft announced the official name of Project “Gemini,” now Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel. PowerPivot for Excel helps drive timely and informed business decisions by empowering...
  • Developer News Updates

    Today, Microsoft announced one of the most significant updates to its developer offerings and roadmap vision in years. Today's announcements include: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 availability - Available to MSDN subscribers today...