Stories by Stacy Cowley and Matt Berger

  • Microsoft maps Exchange's future

    The next version of Microsoft's Exchange server software, code-named "Titanium", is scheduled for availability in mid-2003 and will be released to hold customers over before shipping a future version of the software based on its .Net code, according to company executives.

  • MS: Beware the open-source model

    In May, Microsoft used a highly publicised speech by Craig Mundie, its senior vice president of advanced strategies, given at New York University's School of Business, to tout its own philosophy of "shared source" - and attack the open-source model.