Let’s face it, software has a tendency to become obsolete in as little as a year. So, it’s no surprise that, after ten years, Microsoft has decided to pull the plug – officially ending support for Windows XP and Office 2013. As of yesterday, April 8th, 2013, Microsoft has ceased all updates, security patches, and…
High technology start-ups have been extremely important to our economy, starting in the late 1990’s. Although the dot com bubble came and went, there is still a vibrant place in our economy for technology start-ups. There are businessmen and women who are still actively starting new technology companies. They are not only finding and engaging…
Enfocus released the second update for PitStop Server and PitStop Pro on Tuesday, February 19th.
The updates include an abundance of new features and bug fixes that enhance PitStop’s functionality and are sure to be readily welcomed by users.
At the Visual Studio 2012 and .NET launch event in September S. Somasegar (Soma), Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division at Microsoft, talked about Microsoft’s strong commitment to delivering continuous value through their new approach for providing updates to Visual Studio on a regular cadence of shorter intervals. On November 26th Soma announced the first of these updates to the already powerful Visual Studio 2012.
Microsoft Licensing customers rejoice! Microsoft has released on-premise versions of Office 2013, Exchange 2013, Lync 2013, SharePoint 2013, and Visio 2013 for purchase. Take advantage of the latest features these products have to offer and be at the forefront of your industry.
Act now! These price changes take effect December 1st, so there’s still time to save!
This has been a very busy year for Microsoft Corporation, what with the release of several new editions of well-known software, as well as the advent of the Microsoft Surface Tablet. Microsoft has also been busy restructuring their licensing models, and have now announced that their pricing models for several products will change.
In addition to the upcoming price increase on User CALs, Microsoft plans to increase prices for a number of other product lines, beginning December 1st, 2012.
The terrible events of Hurricane Sandy are all over the news: New York City is underwater, parts of Hoboken, NJ, have been flooded, thousands of people are without power, and a number of people have tragically lost their lives.
SoftwareMedia.com is dedicated not only to our customers, but to Humanity as a whole, and we have pledged our support in the recovery efforts from this terrible storm.
Microsoft has recently announced that pricing for all Microsoft Open License User CALs will increase by 15%. This comes as a shock to many IT professionals, because in the past, Microsoft has generally offered both User and Device CALs at roughly the same price.
This price change doesn’t go into effect until December 1st, however, so there is still time! Act now, and save on Microsoft User CALs while you still can.
Today marks the official release of Microsoft Windows 8 operating system. Microsoft has built upon the success of the critically-acclaimed Windows 7 to bring to light a whole new generation of operating systems.
Windows 8 is a melding of their mobile Windows Phone platform with traditional operating systems like Windows 7 or XP. Using the stylized Metro UI, Windows 8 bridges the gap between desktop PCs and mobile/tablet devices. Whether you use a touchscreen or prefer the keyboard/mouse combo, Windows 8 allows users unparalleled flexibility to customize the operating system to best fit their needs.