Active Directory flaw patched; Microsoft enlists Turbolinux to develop translator

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Active Directory flaw patched in Microsoft's July updates, 07/10/07: Microsoft released six sets of security patches Tuesday that address critical flaws in its products, including a bug in Active Directory software.

New Microsoft BizTalk Server coming in Sept., 07/11/07: Microsoft Wednesday said the interim release of BizTalk Server, which will usher in support for RFID, would ship in September and feature a new edition of the software.

Microsoft offers partner tools for licensing, Vista, 07/11/07: At its partner conference this week Microsoft Corp. released new tools to help them navigate two of the company's more complicated offerings: product licensing and the Windows Vista client OS.

Microsoft debuts ERP for small businesses, 07/11/07: Microsoft hopes to better meet the back-office needs of smaller businesses with a new take on ERP software called Dynamics Entrepreneur Solution.

Microsoft enlists Turbolinux to develop translator for Open XML, ODF, 07/10/07: Microsoft said Tuesday that Turbolinux has pledged support for translator tools to help integrate disparate document formats.

Microsoft plans joint launch of Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio, 07/10/07: Microsoft plans to launch the next versions of Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio during a single event next Feb. 27, the company announced today at its annual Worldwide Partner Conference.

Microsoft says its Dynamics CRM pricing undercuts others by half, 07/10/07: Microsoft announced Tuesday pricing for its Dynamics Live CRM service that undercuts by nearly 50% the current average prices in the market for similar services, according to Microsoft.

Microsoft launches OBA partner program, 07/10/07: Determined to get partners on board to help transform Office 2007 from a productivity suite to a platform for business applications, Microsoft Tuesday unveiled a program to help partners add functionality to the suite by creating Office Business Applications, or OBAs.

Cisco, Microsoft, EMC join on gov't data project, 07/10/07: Several technology companies will build a system to let the U.S. government share data securely among its various agencies, a goal it has struggled to achieve since the September 2001 terrorist attacks.

John Obeto’s blog on Microsoft Subnet: Windows Vista Hardware Assessment v2.0, or WVHAT v2.0, was just released and Obeto has been testing it.

Rand Morimoto’s blog on Microsoft Subnet: The best features of Exchange 2007, part two. See how the app helps protect data when a mobile device is lost or stolen.

Win one of 15 free copies of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unleashed: Check out the details on Microsoft Subnet.

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