Microsoft product manager explains usability improvements due in the next release.
Versions for small businesses, consumers to be offered.
Some -- but not all -- Forefront solutions will be withdrawn from the market on December 1.
Costs can rise up to 43 percent in some cases.
Microsoft promises wider file format support in next version of Office suite.
Solution provides reporting capabilities.
MED-V won't help you avoid Windows XP's expiring life cycle support, Microsoft says.
Main issue addressed: format problems with SQL Server reporting services.
Cloud-based application supports features of Office 2013.
Hack reveals lack of basic security standards.
RTM in August foretells Fall availability of two key Microsoft products.
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.