- November 02, 2005
Microsoft released a Web-based version of Office as a service for small business. But enterprise users may find it a faster way to get new version of Office applications, which may not be good news for the network.
- October 25, 2005
Office 12 doesn't ship until next year, but information about new features is trickling out. Microsoft is on track for making the perception of Office -- as just a productivity tool -- a thing of the past.
- September 27, 2005
Sun hopes the new version of its productivity suite may convince IT administrators to take another crack at comparing this release against Microsoft's ubiquitous Office software.
- August 23, 2005
Microsoft issues a workaround for an unpatched flaw in Internet Explorer that could pose big problems. Adobe has a fix for its software flaws.
- May 26, 2005
With its May patch cycle, the software maker began sending out security alerts that don't come with patches. The value of such alerts is a matter of debate. Meanwhile, one researcher warns that June could be a busy month for Microsoft patches.
- February 08, 2005
The software giant issues critical patches to plug security holes in Internet Explorer, Media Player, MSN Messenger and Microsoft Office.
- March 24, 2003
There are only two changes you need to make in order to install SUS on your users' client machines. But don't try this at home if your PCs are not running XP or Windows 2000 Professional. Here are some installation pointers from Douglas R. Spindler,...