Articles By Bob Trott

Microsoft hails new 64-bit Windows and SQL server

Microsoft hails new 64-bit Windows and SQL server

Microsoft Corp. has announced two versions of Windows that will support Intel's upcoming Itanium 64-bit processor. The company also detailed...

June 14th, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft hails 64-bit Windows, SQL server

Microsoft hails 64-bit Windows, SQL server

Microsoft Corp. announced on Wednesday two versions of Windows that will support Intel's upcoming Itanium 64-bit processor. The company also...

May 25th, 2001 Bob Trott
Gates touts “information economy” over new economy

Gates touts “information economy” over new economy

Microsoft's chairman Bill Gates gave a roomful of fellow business leaders a short economics lesson on Wednesday at Microsoft Corp.'s...

May 24th, 2001 Bob Trott
E.piphany adds sales force automation to CRM package

E.piphany adds sales force automation to CRM package

Looking to round out its CRM (customer relationship management) offerings, E.piphany Inc. on Monday officially added an SFA (sales force...

May 15th, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft to ship Windows XP in October

Microsoft to ship Windows XP in October

Microsoft Corp. will announce this week that Windows XP is slated to ship in late October, two sources familiar with...

May 8th, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft dubs Whistler server Windows 2002

Microsoft dubs Whistler server Windows 2002

Microsoft Corp. on announced Monday that the next generation of Windows servers will be called Windows 2002 Server. The upgrade...

May 1st, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft alters Passport terms of use

Microsoft alters Passport terms of use

Microsoft Corp., facing a firestorm of criticism over Passport "Terms of Use" that gave the company control over all content...

April 6th, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft details Office XP availability

Microsoft details Office XP availability

Microsoft Corp. officials said Monday that Office XP, the next version of its productivity suite, will be widely available on...

April 3rd, 2001 Bob Trott
Microsoft pans U.S. government’s proposal

Microsoft pans U.S. government’s proposal

In a brief filed on Thursday, Microsoft Corp. accused the U.S. Department of Justice of trying to "short-circuit" the company's...

October 6th, 2000 Bob Trott
Businesses seek ways to take advantage of Napster tech

Businesses seek ways to take advantage of Napster tech

While Napster Inc., Gnutella and the thorny issue of intellectual property rights have thrust peer-to-peer (P2P) computing into the spotlight,...

October 5th, 2000 Bob Trott