This week, the world’s leading developers of architecture, design and engineering software are demonstrating a new generation of solutions built to take advantage of the Microsoft Windows NT Workstation and Windows 95 operating systems.
Microsoft Corporation today praised the United States Trade Representative (USTR) for securing new commitments from the Chinese government to enforce the Intellectual Property Rights Agreement signed in February 1995.
Digital Entertainment (PDE) and Microsoft Corp. today announced the launch of Entertainment Tonight Online (http://ET.MSN.com/),the official Web-site companion to America’s most popular entertainment news series.
Microsoft Corp. today introduced Microsoft SNA Server version 3.0, a major new release of the award-winning PC-to-host connectivity product that runs on Microsoft Windows NT Server network operating system.
Microsoft Corp., Digital Equipment Corp., Pilot Software and ExecuSoft Systems today announced they will showcase “Rapid Data Warehouse,” an open, Windows NT operating system-based and AlphaServer solution for AS/400 users who need to access a data warehouse that is fast, low-priced and easy to use.
Attachmate today announced they will adopt Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 as their preferred Web browser and will develop ActiveX Controls that add rich new features for users of ActiveX-supported browsers.
Data General Corp., Digital Equipment Corp., Intel Corp., Intergraph Corp., Network Appliance Inc. joined with Microsoft to announce support for a remote collaborative file-sharing technology called the Common Internet File System.