LinkedIn userIDs not compromised in leak of nearly 6.5 million (mostly now unencrypted) records.
Company forces customers to accept artibration instead of lawsuits to use its software.
Ten-year-old O/S costly to IT says IDC study funded by Microsoft.
Enhanced Software Assurance licensing may be more expensive or may restrict existing benefits.
Conficker worm will continue to trouble IT despite lack of new variants in two years.
Patents may be from AOL's Netscape unit.
SQL Server 2012 now available for purchase.
PCs fade as primary digital device for most users in just a few years.
Operating systems available for x86/x64 hardware in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
Configuration analyzer and calendar-checking tool aid help desk personnel in proactively finding problems.
Company refreshing entire line of services.
The OpenStack community isn't impressed by interoperability of Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor with the OpenStack open source cloud project.
Enterprises adopting Apple products in impressive numbers.
IBM, Intel exceed expectations; Google's results disappoint.
Rehash of old news makes for uneventful presentation, Microsoft's last at CES (at least for the present).
Big Blue wants to help enterprises cut testing costs without cutting corners.