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stay-at-home server campaign


Microsoft's Stay-At-Home Server campaign deserves a time-out

Marketing campaign attempts parody, but falls flat on its face in the eyes of CNET Blog Network contributor and "Mojo Mom" author Amy Tiemann.

By January 8, 2008


SimCity studio adds new servers, as EA pulls ad campaign

The company has asked affiliates to stop promoting the game, after its disastrous reception.

By March 9, 2013


Hackers target Apple server

Document, posted via the AntiSec hacking campaign, appears to be a warning that Apple "could be a target too."

By July 4, 2011


HP prepares 'infinity' campaign for Itanium servers

HP hopes a new advertising symbol will regain some of the delayed Itanium chip's lost momentum. Photo: Itanium 'infinity' campaign

By March 3, 2006


Microsoft ad campaign digs at Linux

The software giant launches a marketing assault on Linux, in a sign that the open-source solution may be a mounting threat to the company's server system sales.

By January 6, 2004


IBM campaign targets Dell servers

Big Blue's new sales campaign takes aim at Dell's lukewarm backing for blades and lack of eight-processor servers, then offers a price break on its rival machines.

By August 8, 2003


Microsoft prepares Windows Server ads

Microsoft will launch a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign on Thursday to promote Windows Server 2003 to cash-strapped IT managers.

By April 21, 2003


IBM breaks silence on server speed

Big Blue posts long-awaited benchmark scores for its x440 server with Xeon chips, the spearhead of the company's campaign to conquer the market for Intel-based servers.

By March 27, 2003


Unisys, Microsoft to launch anti-Unix ads

The two plan to launch a marketing campaign that seeks to undermine Unix, the operating system at the heart of powerful server lines from rivals Sun, IBM and Hewlett-Packard.

By March 28, 2002


Sun, IBM take server brawl to the streets

Sun Microsystems offers to help one of its fiercest rivals in the server market undo a Linux marketing campaign that backfired.

By April 30, 2001