April 24, 2009

Coming Soon: Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC

By Scott Woodgate

Windows XP Mode is specifically designed to help small businesses move to Windows Windows XP Mode provides you with the flexibility to run many older productivity applications on a Windows 7 based All you need to do is to install… Read more

April 20, 2009

Windows 7: A New Approach to Securing Today’s Enterprise

By Gavriella Schuster

RSA is here again, and presents a great opportunity to discuss the security in Windows 7: specifically how certain features in the OS address key security-related enterprise In today’s economic times, businesses and their shareholders need to know that when… Read more

April 1, 2009

Announcing the Availability of MDOP 2009

By Scott Woodgate

Today we are announcing the availability of Microsoft’s updated Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack – MDOP MDOP 2009 includes updates to Microsoft Application Virtualization and Asset Inventory Services, as well as the first included release of Microsoft Enterprise Desktop   Additionally,… Read more

March 4, 2009

Behind the Scenes of Windows 7 Enterprise

By Gavriella Schuster

There’s been a lot of talk in the community about what Windows 7 offers Today, I’d like to highlight the enterprise value of the product and how it reflects what customers and partners told us enterprises need With Windows Vista,… Read more

February 11, 2009

Windows 7 Enterprise Edition Customer Benefits

By Gavriella Schuster

You may have caught Brandon’s post last week looking at our SKU strategy for Windows In addition to the guidance we provided earlier today for commercial customers looking at deploying Windows Vista, I want to also take a closer look… Read more

February 11, 2009

Guidance on Windows Deployments for Business Customers

By Gavriella Schuster

Hi, I’m Gavriella; welcome to the new Windows for your Business Let me introduce myself: I’m a member of the Windows Product Management team and have been at Microsoft for 13 For the last two and a half, I’ve been… Read more