Microsoft is rolling out digital delivery of its software to academic users around the world with the help of e-academy, a company that already does online software delivery into the academic market.
A company that sells document management software has acquired a competitor in the higher ed space.
Microsoft last week described a different way to use desktop virtualization to maintain legacy applications and still move users to Windows 7.
Citrix Systems has gone into business with Cisco to deliver a packaged setup that promises to help organizations deploy virtualized computing environments more easily. The solution, which combines Cisco's Unified Computing System with Citrix XenDesktop, will, the companies claimed, reduce the cost per desktop by 20 percent by lowering data center infrastructure expense through high user density per server and tight integration of hardware and software.
Microsoft received a "strong positive" rating in a study of e-mail system vendors by Gartner, which was released in mid-August.
Microsoft updated its security advisory this week concerning a dynamic link library issue and published a "Fix it" solution to help address the problem.
Microsoft today released Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2010, which previously was available just as a beta.
Microsoft has issued an update to its Security Compliance Manager tool, which helps IT pros set security policies for some Microsoft software.
Fairfield University in Connecticut will be implementing the Millennium integrated library system (ILS) from Innovative Interfaces to replace a legacy SirsiDynix Unicorn system.
In the last month three universities have licensed EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) to allow campus users to search across their respective databases, library catalogs, and institutional repositories.