A new release of Microsoft's Windows CE is poised to make devices more secure, reliable and better at handling multimedia files, according to the company.
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Stirring up its Windows Server product road map, Microsoft has announced it plans to ship an updated version of its Windows Server 2003 product before a Longhorn version of the server operating system, expected by about 2007.
The OpenOffice.org group after several months of testing released the final version 1.1 of its free open-source productivity suite Wednesday.
SSA Global Technologies Inc. found Baan Co. NV in shambles after acquiring it in June. But after cutting 800 of 2,800 jobs and instilling customer-focused business values, Baan should be profitable again in three months, its new president said.
Microsoft won't release a second service pack for Windows XP until the second half of next year, giving users more responsibility for applying individual patches and updates.
Microsoft Corp. is preparing Office and server products to accompany the launch of Longhorn, the successor to Windows XP, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates said Thursday, reigniting speculation about a server version of Longhorn.
SAP America Inc. launched its SAP Business One software for U.S. small and midsize businesses (SMBs) on Thursday and said it has allied with an American Express Co. unit to sell the new product.
SAP Business One includes modules for sales force automation, financial management, inventory management and a reporting tool for access to data. It is meant for companies with up to several hundred employees, SAP said in a statement.
Microsoft provided additional details on Exchange Server 2003, the next version of its e-mail server product, as it made release candidate 1 (RC1) of the product widely available Monday.
Admitting it arrived late to the game, Sun Microsystems has announced new low-cost blade servers based on Intel processors and a partnership with Linux vendor Red Hat, following rivals such as Dell Computer and IBM.