Microsoft Windows software

  • August 30, 2000 30 Aug'00

    Restore faith in e-banks with digital certificates

    David Bicknell

    Viacode, the Post Office's digital security operation, has called for wider use of digital certificates in a bid to...

  • August 16, 2000 16 Aug'00

    Microsoft hits back at Gartner

    Microsoft has hit back at Gartner Group's accusation that it is exploiting a technicality in its license agreement to charge...

  • August 09, 2000 09 Aug'00

    Fingerprints to identify illegal asylum seekers

    Parliamentary reporter

    The Home Office has introduced new automated fingerprinting equipment at its immigration and asylum screening...

  • July 19, 2000 19 Jul'00

    ASP pricing model due

    Microsoft is set to announce details of its pricing model for application service providers who want to rent software to users over the Internet. The...

  • July 12, 2000 12 Jul'00

    Watchdog slams MoD as projects get worse

    Parliamentary reporter

    The Ministry of Defence's ability to manage technology procurement is getting worse, the National Audit Office...

  • June 28, 2000 28 Jun'00

    Is Microsoft's .net strategy too vague?

    Microsoft's .net strategy spells the end of its affiliation with Java. Cliff Saran reports on the initiative that could take as long as Windows to really get going

  • June 26, 2000 26 Jun'00

    Channel unified as MS rings changes

    By Roanna Avison Microsoft has brought its UK channels and direct managed resellers back into a single business unit for the...

  • June 14, 2000 14 Jun'00

    Haemorrhage fears as key Microsoft staff quit

    Following industry speculation that the DoJ ruling would lead to a haemorrhage of Microsoft staff, Tod Nielson, one of the company's key developer...

  • June 07, 2000 07 Jun'00

    Microsoft discounts in doubt after ruling

    Businesses will need to scrap existing Microsoft site licences and take a different approach to renegotiations if the US Department of Justice divides the software giant into two or more companies

  • May 10, 2000 10 May'00

    Microsoft hits back at court ruling

    Microsoft has launched its counter-attack on the US court's decision to split the company into separate application and operating...

  • April 12, 2000 12 Apr'00

    Windows 2000: bug hits Active Directory

    Antony Savvas

    Microsoft is desperately trying to create a patch to kill a bug in its Windows 2000 Active Directory, which crashes domain...

  • April 05, 2000 05 Apr'00

    Jackson could create 'Baby Bills'

    In the week that Microsoft lost its antitrust case, we assess the implications of the ruling.

  • April 05, 2000 05 Apr'00

    Trio to link up for IP wireless

    BT, AT&T and Microsoft want to jointly conceive, develop and deploy new global wireless applications.

    The three will offer new wireless services...

  • February 23, 2000 23 Feb'00

    Net-based apps to be built in VB

    Lindsay Clark

    Microsoft has said IT departments will be able to draw on existing skills in Visual Basic to build the next generation of...

  • February 09, 2000 09 Feb'00

    Microsoft and Compaq cool clustering commitment

    Lindsay Clark

    The future scalability of Windows has been questioned after the abandonment of a project to include high-end technology...

  • February 02, 2000 02 Feb'00

    Gates plans Windows revamp for Internet age

    Antony Savvas

    Microsoft chief software architect Bill Gates is talking about modifying Microsoft's Windows system, just two weeks...

  • February 02, 2000 02 Feb'00

    Bug patch to ship before Win2000

    Matthew Thomas

    Microsoft has released two patches for security bugs in its Windows 2000 operating system, as computer security experts...

  • January 26, 2000 26 Jan'00

    Commons attacks Siemens contract

    The committee said the Home Office failed to properly monitor the contract or have adequate contingency plans.

    The committee was "disturbed'' by the...

  • January 12, 2000 12 Jan'00

    Smart passport paves way for identity cards

    Tony Collins

    A Home Office agency is developing proposals to introduce a photocard passport that could lay the basis of a "smart"...