IDC says server sales, especially for non-x86 platforms, continued to grow but how long can it keep up?
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Fujitsu announced it will ship four middleware products for Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud platform.
Global server shipments and revenues grew at a healthy clip in the first quarter, according to a new report.
Two new families of server CPUs provide what Intel calls dramatic performance improvements for multicore systems at the high end and low end of the market.
SGI stands to benefit from a new round of Microsoft certs as the company looks to run hundreds of physical cores on Windows Server.
Microsoft shows off new and updated tools to meld public and private cloud management at its annual management summit.
It may not be time to sing happy days are here again quite yet, but server sales were up significantly in 2010, the analyst firm reports.
A new survey of IT professionals finds Exchange 2010 migrations entering a growth phase.
When Microsoft showed off "Denali" at the PASS conference in Seattle this week, it wasn't the Alaskan mountain they were talking about. Instead, it was about a mountain of data.
Microsoft is nearly ready to release the first service pack for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7.
New release of Microsoft's self-service portal aims to improve data center administrators' ability to quickly provision virtual machines for internal customers.
Developers may have an easier time building websites with a streamlined offering that combines the best features of IIS 7.x and ASP.NET Developer Server.
If you work in a corporate IT shop, then Windows 7 is mostly likely in your future, and it may come sooner rather than later, according to a panel of financial and technology analysts queried by InternetNews.com.
New virtualization technology offerings and marketing promotions help Microsoft and partner Citrix kick off a 100-city tour to convince customers that flexibility in virtualization is the winning strategy.
In a presentation to financial analysts, Microsoft's head of server and tools, Bob Muglia, admits the Azure computing cloud initiative is still years from making a profit.
Microsoft makes a move to expand its datacenter management capabilities with the acquisition of the IT process automation firm.
A Security Advisory issued late Tuesday from Redmond warns users of a critical zero-day flaw in the FTP capability of older versions IIS Web server software.
Microsoft has pulled the plug on early downloads of the upcoming OS.
The next stage of the Windows 7 beta may be coming sooner than you think.
The key to the PC's future may be the upcoming 64-bit edition of Windows 7.
The latest beta of Windows High-Performance Computer Server 2008 seeks to shore up Microsoft's offering as a less-expensive HPC alternative.
Microsoft kicked off its annual management conclave touting public betas of three management products.
As Hyper-V earns release candidate status, Microsoft takes another step toward being a virtualization player.
Microsoft Wednesday announced plans to buy Kidaro with the intention of incorporating its desktop virtualization technology into the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack.
Windows Server 2008 is shipping without Hyper-V, but the virtualization component is still very much felt.