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Microsoft set to launch 64-bit blitz, 03/14/05

Microsoft next month finally will ship the long-awaited 64-bit editions of its latest server and client operating systems, and the move is just the tip of a 64-bit iceberg.

Microsoft snaps up Groove, Ozzie, 03/14/05

Microsoft made a high-profile move last week acquiring Groove Networks for an undisclosed sum and adding Groove's virtual peer-to-peer software to its ever-growing portfolio of collaboration software.

Microsoft rolls out real-time lineup, 03/14/05

Microsoft last week began to pull together its real-time communication platform and to deliver the pieces that corporations will need to build instant messaging and presence awareness into their applications and networks.

News briefs: BT nabs Reuters contract, 03/14/05

Also: Microsoft execs step up calls for patent reform; Lexis Nexis suffers security breach; IBM offers super computer on demand; Novell says SuSE Linux Professional 9.3, Open Enterprise Server are now available

Microsoft to buy Groove Networks, 03/10/05

Microsoft is buying Groove Networks of Beverly, Mass., for an undisclosed sum, it said Thursday. Groove makes collaboration software that can be used by people who are geographically dispersed and is the brainchild of Lotus Notes creator Ray Ozzie.

Microsoft updates code removal tool, passes on patches, 03/08/05

Microsoft released a new version of a software tool that removes infections from common computer viruses and worms, but held off from issuing and software patches Tuesday.

Microsoft pulls together real-time client, server and service, 03/08/05

Microsoft Tuesday officially named its new real-time client that is the desktop focal point for its corporate real-time communications and collaboration infrastructure and upgraded both its instant messaging/ presence server and its Web conferencing ...

New IM worms target MSN users, 03/08/05

Anti-virus companies are warning users of Microsoft's popular MSN Messenger application about a host of new worms that spread using instant messages over that network.

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