The middleware software market has entered the slow lane in 2009, according to a Gartner report announced on Wednesday.
- By Herb Torrens
Microsoft announced some SharePoint product updates that may have gotten trampled under a stampede of information flowing out of Redmond this week.
Concerns about the security implications of evolving cloud computing technologies dominated last week's annual RSA Conference.
- By John K. Waters
On April 28, Microsoft plans to release SP2 for Microsoft Office 2007, along with SP2 releases for some of its server products.
Microsoft branded some of its best-selling products to come with the "2010" stamp, beginning with the debut of Exchange Server 2010 beta.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that its SharePoint Web portal design tool is now available as a free download.
Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint makes developing and testing Web Parts almost easy, provided you install it correctly.
Plus, saying good-bye to RDN.
- By Readers of Visual Studio Magazine
Since Microsoft's acquisition of Fast Search & Transfer last year, users have been keen to find out precisely what Microsoft plans to do with the company's search know-how.
- By Stephen Swoyer
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of its latest e-commerce server, which integrates with SharePoint services.
- By Herb Torrens
Financial analysts attending the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference on Tuesday questioned Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft's Business Division, on Microsoft's various business plans.
.NET developers face adjustments as they start coding for Microsoft's high-flying workflow and collaboration platform.
- By Michael Desmond
Microsoft will release the second CTP of its Visual Studio Extensions for SharePoint in the coming weeks, a company official said on Friday.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Atalasoft Inc. is launching a SharePoint plug-in based on the document imaging tooling in its latest SDK.
- By Kathleen Richards
A weakened economy will serve as a catalyst to push enterprises from on-premise computing to accessing services over the Internet cloud, according to Microsoft exec Doug Hauser, who delivered an address on Wednesday at the Thomas Weisel 2009 Technology and Telecom Conference.
- By Jim Barthold