Microsoft to re-do virtual license, RDPNext week, Microsoft plans to announce changes to its desktop virtualization licensing,
Watch out for 64-bit Office!VARs might want to advise power users who want to try out the 64-bit version of Office 2010 to think again. Even Microsoft is (quietly) advising that these bleeding-edge users hold off and install the 32-bit version on both 32- and 64-bit machines for the time being. The reason? Many commonly-used Office add-ons for Office won't work with the 64-bit version, Microsoft said in an FAQ.
Iron Mountain moves to the hybrid cloud
The Digital Record Center for Compliant Messaging cloud storage service backs up and archives digital medical information. Along with the new onsite data storage component, Iron Mountain Inc. added three pay-as-you-go service plans: Mirrored Cloud, Hybrid Cloud and Hybrid Cloud2.Microsoft posts two, omits one, patch After a February patch deluge, Microsoft announced a measly two security bulletins for its March Patch on Tuesday. But the posted bulletins covered a lot of ground pertaining to Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Office XP, Office 2007 and SharePoint 2007. The MS10-017, bulletin affects users running any version of Microsoft Excel or Excel Viewer and addresses several identified security issues that, if exploited, could allow an attacker to execute code on the victim's computer. The MS10-16 bulletin addresses security vulnerability in Windows Movie Maker and Microsoft Producer 2003.
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