Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server 4.0
- Microsoft's ZAK attack. Cox, John // Network World;06/22/98, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p22
Presents information on the computer software Zero Administration Kit (ZAK), by the Microsoft Corporation. When ZAK was introduced by the corporation; Benefits of ZAK to users; Features of the software; Comments from David Hamilton, product manager with Microsoft's Windows Management...
- Two steps toward thinner clients. Shah, Rawn // Network World;06/22/98, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p51
Compares two computer softwares, Window NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition from the Microsoft Corporation, and MetaFrame from Citrix Systems Incorporated. Identification of the code-names for the softwares; Information on the performance of the softwares; Examination of the difference between the...
- Microsoft Internet Explorer, take five. Eddy, Andy // Network World;07/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p12
Reports that the Microsoft Corporation released its Internet Explorer 5.0 (IE5), a computer software. Improvement made to the software; Features of the software; Compatability of the software with Microsoft's operating systems; Comments made by Craig Beilinson, a product manager for Windows.
- Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server. // Accounting Technology;Dec97 Supplement, Vol. 13, pMS12
Provides information on Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server, an integrated server solution for small and growing businesses. Features and use of the server solution; Target user.
- MICROSOFT UNVEILS SMALL-BUSINESS PHONE SYSTEM SOFTWARE. // Tele-Service News;May2007, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p5
This article reports on the launch of the Response Point small-business Internet Protocol (IP) telephone system software from Microsoft Corp.
- Microsoft project 3.0 for Macintosh. Ross, Steven S. // Architectural Record;Dec1992, Vol. 180 Issue 12, p22
Features the Microsoft Project 3.0, a computer software with project management applications for the Macintosh. Version of the Microsoft Project 3.0 for Windows; Microsoft's chief competition on the Macintosh; Equipment required; Prices; Available manuals; Ease of use; Error trappings. INSET:...
- Harvard and Microsoft Create `One Heckuva' Adventure in the Diaspora. EVELYN, JAMILAH // Community College Week;02/08/99, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p15
Reviews the software `Encarta Africana,' from Microsoft Corporation.
- Interactive worksheet tables using Excel. Warner, Paul D. // CPA Journal;Dec95, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p66
Presents a summary on large amounts of data called a PivotTable. Involvement of Excel; Why it is called PivotTable; What PivotTable does; Information on PivotTable data; How table works.
- Open Excel inside 32-bit graphing package. Strassberg, Dan; Granville, Fran // EDN;09/12/97, Vol. 42 Issue 19, p13
Reports that users of Microsoft's Excel can open the program from within Microcal Software Incorporated's Origin V5.0 for Windows 95 and NT. Retail price for Origin V5.0; How users can open Excel from within Origin; Other features of Origin V5.0; Cost of upgrading Origin V4.1 to V5.0.