February, 2009

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    Early Peek Offered for Microsoft My Phone

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    Microsoft My Phone has been announced as a service to sync information between your mobile phone and the Web. This is a very early look at new features to: Back up and restore your phone's information to a password-protected web site Access and update your contacts and appointments through your web account Share photos on your phone with family and friends My Phone will synchronize your Windows Live contacts with the Windows Live web site, and My Phone will synchronize your other contacts...
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    Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions

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    A new E-Book is available for free from Microsoft Press; " Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions". This 15MB E-Book is over 400 pages long, so it is quite comprehensive. It covers all current Microsoft Virtualization technologies even the newest, such as the Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V), and VDI. Definitely a worthwhile addition to your library. Sign in with your Windows Live ID at http://csna01.libredigital.com/?urmvs17u33 to download the book.
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    Model-driven Development Platform 'Oslo' Gets Community Preview Update

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    The Microsoft "Oslo" team has updated the community technology preview (CTP) and release its software developer kit (SDK). Oslo provides you with tools, SDK, and experience to help you and your users model data and processes. "Oslo" is the code name for the Microsoft's next generation application development platform. The goal of "Oslo" is to provide a 10x productivity gain across the application lifecycle (design, development, and management). "Oslo" leverages domain-specific models, languages...
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    Sanjay Jain with Live@EDU experts from EduCAUSE 2008

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    Sanjay Jain, ISV Architect Evangelist , takes an opportunity to discuss Live@EDU adoption opportunities for ISVs with Markus Weickenmeier and Roxie Mitchell at EduCAUSE 2008 . Enjoy!! Click here for Video. Sanjay Jain ISV Architect Evangelist Microsoft Corporation http://blogs.msdn.com/SanjayJain
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    Insure Application Compatability with Ecosystem Readiness Program Tools, Resources

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    The Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Ecosystem Readiness Program now features tools and resources for ISVs to test existing applications, devices, and systems to ensure compatibility. The program is for hardware and software partners only. You can join the program at Software partners can join by going to: www.msdn.com/windows You can get access to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 beta builds, development and test toolkits, technical documents and application testing labs via Microsoft...
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    Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Launched

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    Today Microsoft announced the general availability of Office Communications Server 2007 R2. While there are a host of new and updated features in the platform like Group Chat and enhanced Enterprise Voice functionality, the update to the Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA 2.0) is particularly exciting. With UCMA 2.0, one can develop server-side applications to automate human/machine interaction as well as embed presence and communications in line-of-business client and web applications. ...
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    Prevent Clickjacking on Your Site with a Metatag

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    Clickjacking is one of those nightmare situtations for your customers. And the attack on your Web site is one of those common attacks. A metatag can help make the Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attack ineffective. The Internet Explorer 8 team has been working on how to effectively mintigate the vulnerability. In a blog posting, IE8 Security Part VII: ClickJacking Defenses , the team describes the issue and provides a solution for ISVs. In the posting the team says, "ClickJacking is a term which...
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    Next Milestone for Windows 7 Will Be Release Candidate

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    The Windows 7 Engineering team has announced that the next milestone for Windows 7 will be a release candidate. Steven Sinofsky, senior vice president in charge of the Windows engineering group, wrote on behalf of the group in a blog posting Our Next Engineering Milestone . The post says, "This post is in no way an announcement of a ship date, change in plans, or change in our previously described process, but rather it provides additional detail and a forward looking view of the path to RTM ...
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