Updates improved by Microsoft


Updates improved by Microsoft

Antony Savvas

Microsoft has announced details of its new Windows software update services for enterprises, designed to make it easier for companies to patch their systems.

Microsoft chief executive officer Steve Ballmer released details of the new service at this week’s Microsoft TechEd conference in the US.

Ballmer announced the immediate availability of Windows Server Update Services and Microsoft Update.

He also announced the upcoming availability of Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer 2.0 and the Systems Management Server 2003 Inventory Tool for Microsoft in the summer.

In addition, Microsoft plans to release a new version of Windows Update – version 6.0 – to ensure customers can keep their computers up to date. Windows Update 6 adds minor usability improvements.

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