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Illustrates two possible internal architectures for Web services that access Exchange data--one COM-based and the other HTTP-based

Illustrates and explains the three layers of a large-scale Project 2002 configuration: user interface, application, and data layers

A screen shot of the Project 2002's 'Project Guide' user interface

Organizations without a software distribution system in place should evaluate Microsoft's new automated technology for keeping Windows machines up-to-date with the latest patches

Microsoft is promoting the concept of Trustworthy Computing, which it defines as future computer systems as reliable as today's telephone systems

Despite some disappointments, Microsoft posted record profits in Q3 and reiterated that it is making investments for the long-term

Compares key financial measurements for the third quarter of fiscal year 2001 through the third quarter of fiscal 2002

A comparison between third quarter revenues for fiscal year 2002 and 2001 by product line

MapPoint .NET shows how a commercial Web service can add functionality to apps, but also illustrates provisioning, billing, and security issues that could hamper Web service growth

Microsoft is relying on broadband to counter the PC slump, and has invested more than US$10 billion in broadband distributors as part of this strategy