Microsoft Corp. today expanded its efforts in electronic software distribution (ESD), announcing a set of requirements for distributors and resellers interested in distributing and downloading Microsoft(r) software to end users via the Internet.
Microsoft Corp. and Tandem Computers Inc. today announced a strategic alliance that will further accelerate the adoption of the Microsoft(r) Windows NT(r) Server network operating system by customers of business-critical servers.
Microsoft announced publication of a document that describes the binary network protocol for DCOM – the Distributed Component Object Model – a key ActiveX technology for building powerful Internet and intranet applications.
Microsoft Corp. today updated its Microsoft BackOffice family of integrated server software to include messaging and groupware, a high-performance Web server and an updated database, all with built-in support for the Internet and intranets.
Microsoft announced at Cable ’96 that Time Warner Cable, Comcast Cable Communications Inc., Compagnie Générale de Videocommunication (CGV) and Singapore CableVision (SCV) will integrate Microsoft software on their cable networks.
Microsoft Corp. today announced that Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.0, the next major upgrade to its popular Web browser, will be the first to implement industry standards that will make video, voice and data communications over the Internet as easy and commonplace as an ordinary phone call.
Microsoft® Internet Explorer version 2.0 offers the broadest international support of any browser on the market today, delivering on Microsoft Corp.’s commitment to providing support for all popular platforms to users around the world.