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Microsoft cozies up to customers at TechEd

roundup Microsoft uses its customer conference in Orlando, Fla., to lay out what's on the horizon for the company and the IT industry.

Microsoft uses its customer conference in Orlando, Fla., to lay out what's on the horizon for the company and the IT industry.

Tool time for Longhorn

Later this year, Microsoft will release tools to grease the skids for Longhorn, and next year will unveil new Exchange and BizTalk lines.
June 8, 2005

New patching tools make belated debut

More than a year behind schedule, the company launches Microsoft Update service and a companion patching tool for businesses.
June 7, 2005

Microsoft targets Apache Web server

With Longhorn Server, giant will look to grab share from the popular open-source Apache Web server.
June 7, 2005

Ballmer's bullish outlook

newsmaker Microsoft's CEO likes what he sees on the horizon, as his company fits its message to changing times in the IT industry.
June 7, 2005

'Hypervisor' plan takes shape

Multi-OS software is all the rage, and Microsoft plans to enter the market with its own product in 2007.
June 7, 2005

Microsoft says new database coming this fall

After delays, SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 are set to ship this fall. On tap for next year: BizTalk 2006 and RFID software.
June 7, 2005

blog Even in the business applications market, Microsoft is pinning its success on developers.
June 7, 2005

Microsoft touts new Lenovo tablet

CEO Steve Ballmer shows off one of the first new convertible ThinkPads during speech at TechEd conference.
Photo: Say hello to the ThinkPad X41
June 6, 2005

Ballmer: IT enthusiasm 'in growth phase'

At TechEd customer conference, the Microsoft chief delivers a pitch that's part call to action, part career affirmation for IT workers.
June 6, 2005

blog Steve Ballmer's reaction to Apple's decision to use Intel chips can be summed up in two words: "What's changed?"
June 6, 2005