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Monthly Archives: February 2007

Why Vista Matters to Developers

eWeek February 11, 2007 By  Darryl K. Taft To some, Windows Vista is Microsoft’s most secure operating system ever. To others, it’s the most Mac-like. But from a developer standpoint, it’s the first proving ground for Microsoft’s new family of managed programming interfaces that have been under development for the past five years. As far […]

Microsoft Upcoming Live Webcasts

ArchDevBrainPick Friday, March 09, 2007 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) DevReadiness: Atlanta Orcas Preview LINQ Monday, March 19, 2007 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) MSDN Webcast: Creating Customizable Applications Using Web Parts with Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 (Level 300) Monday, February 26, 2007 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US & […]

Microsoft releases SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2

Free upgrade for Microsoft’s database includes better interoperability with other vendors By Jeremy Kirk, IDG News Service February 20, 2007 Microsoft released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for SQL Server 2005 on Tuesday, a free upgrade available for download, in addition to new virtualization licensing for the database. Microsoft said it will allow unlimited virtual instances […]

Microsoft Unveils Dynamics CRM Live

eWeek – July 11, 2006 By  Renee Boucher Ferguson BOSTON—Microsoft has announced—finally—its version of on-demand CRM software. For more than a year the software giant has nosed around the fact that it’s working on customer relationship management as a service, but it wasn’t until its annual Worldwide Partner Conference here July 11-13 that Microsoft Dynamics […]

Virtualization Demand Grows

eWeek – January 29, 2007 By Chris Preimesberger Virtualizing spinning-disk data storage systems is no longer simply a trend; it’s now the norm and considered vital to backing up, archiving, and protecting data for a growing number of businesses large and small. The days of simply adding storage hardware to an IT system and pouring in […]

On-Demand Software: Threat Or Opportunity For VARs?

As software-as-a-service gains ground, how will solution providers adapt? By Rick Whiting, 1:00 AM EST Mon. Feb. 05, 2007 Zeroedin has one foot firmly planted on either side of the software-delivery divide. The Corona, Calif.-based solution provider specializes in integrating Microsoft’s Retail Management System with back-office applications. As part of its work in the retail […]

Virtualization Picks Up Steam

CCS – Although we will use MICROSOFT, this validates the use of virtulization going forward..   By Jeffrey Schwartz, 1:00 AM EST Mon. Feb. 05, 2007 Tying together disparate disk systems in the data center is now taking on a new sense of urgency with the meteoric growth of server virtualization. End users looking to […]

Microsoft Targets SMBs With SaaS Products

By Rick Whiting, VARBusinessMon. February 05, 2007 From the February 05, 2007 VARBusiness Microsoft has built a nice little business for itself over the years selling packaged software through solution providers and retail channels. So with the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model catching on, what’s the world’s biggest software vendor going to do? And what does this […]