Staying on Windows XP to cost more
Apart from monetary losses, businesses could face penalties for being non-compliant to the newer regulations.
Windows losing sheen as Microsoft’s cash cow
The division’s non-GAAP revenue was flat in the company's third-quarter results
Is your business prepared for the end of Windows XP support?
15 percent of enterprises will still have the OS running on at least 10 percent of their PCs
Former Microsoft executive says Ballmer culls internal rivals to retain power
This is going to be revealed in new book on the software giant by former employee Joachim Kempin
Microsoft highlights Surface at Windows 8 launch
Windows 8 represents the biggest change in Microsoft's user interface since Windows 95 came out 17 years ago.
Most companies won't be early adopters of Windows 8
A key priority for Microsoft is to get customers off the decade-old Windows XP -- which still runs on 41 percent of the world's 1.5 billion PCs.
Microsoft sets Windows 8 price, opens for pre-order
Microsoft has not yet announced the price of the full software to install from scratch, as opposed to the upgrade
Symantec anti-virus update makes some PCs inoperable
Technology : Security & Compliance
A bug in an update of Symantec Corp's anti-virus software caused some Windows PCs to crash
Dassault Systèmes releases DraftSight for Linux
DraftSight for Linux allows users to create, edit and view DWG files and runs on operating systems, including Linux and Mac OS in beta, and Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
WD releases My Book Live home network drive
The network drive is expected to enable users to securely centralize, share and stream digital content at home…or when away