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Microsoft gets down to business

At its TechEd 2006 conference, the software giant tells how its online services initiative pertains to IT professionals and software developers.

At its TechEd 2006 conference, the Microsoft tells how its online services initiative pertains to IT professionals and software developers.

Microsoft details Windows Live 'platform'

Software giant bets advertising, Microsoft-hosted services will motivate developers to write consumer Web applications.
June 13, 2006

Microsoft eyes data-gathering services

The software giant's push into services could result in data-based services to improve network management.
June 12, 2006

photos Sessions were filled to capacity this year. But World Cup watching drew crowds as well.
June 13, 2006

Making Office a doorway for business apps

Microsoft plans to release software geared to help third parties integrate Outlook, other Office components.
June 12, 2006

Microsoft: Online services for businesses, too

Business-oriented online services are coming, CTO Ray Ozzie says at the company's TechEd conference.
June 11, 2006

Enlisting developers for a Live push

How Microsoft's online services initiative will be key for its traditional audience: IT pros and developers.
June 9, 2006

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