Windows Weekly Newscast: Email packages and IE flaws
SearchWinIT.com's Brendan Cournoyer recaps the most important Windows stories of the past week in the first edition of our Windows Weekly Newscast. This week, listen to how Dell's partnership with Symantec could pay dividends in the email management market, the dangers of the latest security threat for Internet Explorer, and how upgrading to Office 2007 could affect your bank account.
Download the podcast: Reports on Dell's Secure Exchange, new Microsoft beta releases and more. Total run time: (7:20)
(0:32) Dell releases email management package
(2:06) New Microsoft beta releases
(2:41) The latest Internet Explorer flaw announced
(3:29) Security vendors take on freeware
(4:54) New features and prices for Office 2007
(5:41) Virtualization affects "corporate culture"
Dell and Symantec bundle hardware, security: Dell and Symantec are offering an integrated package of server, storage, mail and security software to entice midsized companies that don't want to manage mail the hard way.
Microsoft betas progress toward completion: Windows Server 2003 SP2 beta is inching along, and a new package, Essentials, has reached a new beta milestone.
Microsoft warns of new Internet Explorer threat: Days after Patch Tuesday, Microsoft warned of a new threat against Internet Explorer. Attackers could exploit it to crash machines or take them over.
This was first published in September 2006