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Microsoft Fights Piracy With Price Cuts
Wired News - USA
Instead of trying to sue piracy away, they're lowering prices to make Microsoft software more affordable, according to an IDG report. ...
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Group challenges Microsoft's patent for FAT file system
Computerworld - Framingham,MA,USA
Ravicher alleges that Microsoft wants to control the licensing of the FAT system so it can discourage open-source and free software by not allowing it to be ...
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Microsoft patents 'Page Up' and 'Page Down'
By David Meyer, The software giant applied for the patent in 2005, and was granted it on August 19, 2008. US patent number 7415666 ...
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Microsoft reduces Office price to combat Kenyan piracy - Southborough,MA,USA
Microsoft is also working with partners to ensure that genuine software is available wherever PCs are sold, said David Ndung'u, marketing manager in charge ...
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Cisco Acquires PostPath to Supplement WebEx Connect Collaboration ... - Victoria,BC,Canada
... announced on Wednesday that it is acquiring PostPath, a firm that competes with Microsoft Exchange in the email and calendaring software market, ...
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vnunet analysis: Will IE8 cause more problems than it solves? - UK
Microsoft has also added features to make IE8 easier to deploy and manage for corporate customers. The software can be "slipstreamed" into a Windows Vista ...
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Biz break: iPhone flaw could expose e-mail to unauthorized viewers
San Jose Mercury News - CA, USA
Analysts say the refresh of Internet Explorer is needed to keep Microsoft competitive. Though the Redmond, Wash., software giant still leads in browser ...
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Cisco strengthens UC story with PostPath buy - Southborough,MA,USA
By Tim Greene , Network World , 08/28/2008 Cisco is putting up $215 million for PostPath so it can include the company's e-mail and calendaring software in ...
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Quebec sued for buying Microsoft software
Inquirer - Harrow,England,UK
By Egan Orion: Thursday, 28 August 2008, 6:37 PM QUEBEC'S GOVERNMENT has been sued by an Open Sauce software group for buying Microsoft products while ...
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Acquisition of PostPath will add e-mail and calendaring to Cisco's ... - Southborough,MA,USA
PostPath makes PostPath Server, an e-mail and collaboration server the company touts as a replacement or supplement to Microsoft Exchange. ...
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Always Buy Genuine Microsoft Software Products Online.
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Microsoft Software Licensing and Protection Services enable ISVs ...
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This is where Microsoft Software Licensing and Protection (SLP) Services can help. SLP Services helps software companies protect their IP, license their software with flexible terms, and manage information about how their software is ...
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Microsoft Software Mafia Seinfeld Strategy to Save Low Quality ...
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Quebec government sued for buying Microsoft software
Between February and June, the Quebec government spent $25 million on software from Microsoft, Facil said. The group estimates the government is spending more than $80 million a year on licences for Microsoft's Windows Vista operating ...
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Microsoft Research Unveils Free Software Tools to Help Scholars ...
Jul 28, 2008 ... Microsoft Research Faculty Summit fosters industry and academic partnerships to create next-generation computing technologies.