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Microsoft's moves paint picture of future

The software giant details its server plans and gives a boost to its Web services strategy through a deal with SAP. Also: Microsoft says bye-bye to Wi-Fi.

The software giant details its server plans and gives a boost to its Web services strategy through a deal with SAP. Also: Microsoft drops its line of Wi-Fi gear.

Microsoft lays out server road map

The software maker says a Windows server update is due later next year and that the server version of Longhorn is on tap for 2007.
May 12, 2004

SAP, Microsoft get closer on Web services

At the Sapphire conference, the two companies announce a deal to tighten the links between Microsoft's .Net development software and SAP's NetWeaver integration server.
May 12, 2004

Market share key to Microsoft's Wi-Fi exit

The company's decision to dump its wireless networking gear business came amid sliding market share and profit margins, analysts say.
May 11, 2004

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Microsoft says bye-bye to Wi-Fi

Despite quickly becoming one of the leading sellers of wireless networking products, the software giant decides to discontinue its entire line of Wi-Fi gear.
May 10, 2004