Next Tuesday will see the publication of four security bulletins from Microsoft, three of them rated critical.
Elcom's CommunityManager.NET web content management system now integrates with Microsoft Office, SharePoint and HP TRIM.
The distributor of an application that adds online and collaboration capabilities to older versions of Microsoft Office claims that Microsoft's refusal to offer an upgrade path to Office 2010 will backfire on the company.
Microsoft will patch critical vulnerabilities in Windows and Office this month, but a fix for the SharePoint cross-site scripting vulnerability isn't ready yet.
Microsoft has released an out-of-cycle update for Producer 2003, an accessory program for PowerPoint.
The document comparison and revision software TextFlow, until now only available as a Box.net application, has now shown up on the desktop.
A beta of the next version of Microsoft Office for Mac has shown up on torrent sites, and some bloggers have posted early reviews and screen shots.
More than 40 million people around the world are using Microsoft Online Services, the company has claimed.
Australian retail pricing for Office 2010 has been announced by Microsoft.
Microsoft Office 2010 - including SharePoint, Visio and Project - have been released to manufacturing.
Microsoft has focused on three areas during the development of Visio 2010: ease of use, sharing data-driven diagrams, and BPM.
Microsoft's latest collection of security patches includes fixes for critical issues on all versions of Windows.
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