Going to Redmond Mountain, to the source
- Microsoft Stays One Step Ahead of the CD-ROM Industry. Schwerin, Julie B. // Information Today;May1989, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p24
This article highlights the Microsoft CD-ROM conference as of May 1989. For four years, Min Yee has presided over the conference. The first day of the conference, he played up the fact that the conference was held in Disneyland's backyard. But the second day he quoted a comment made by a...
- Fifth International Microsoft CD-ROM Conference. Schwerin, Julie B. // Information Today;Apr1990, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p24
This article highlights the fifth international Microsoft CD-ROM conference held in San Francisco, California on February 27 to March 1, 1990. For those interested in the exhibition, it was larger than previous years in number of firms booking stands. Furthermore, there were more triple and...
- InfoTech Reports Worldwide CD-ROM Installed Base Is Now Approaching 200 Million. // Information Today;Mar98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p29
Focuses on the report `Optical Publishing Industry Assessment, Ninth Edition,' released by InfoTech which showed that worldwide installed base CD-ROM drives has passed the 195 million mark. Increase in unit sales of CD-ROM readers worldwide in 1997; What is expected to replace CD-ROM.
- The Justice Department. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;6/23/95, Vol. 87 Issue 146, p2
Reports on the decision of the Justice Departments to enlarge its scope of investigation into the new on-line network of Microsoft Corp. as reported on June 23, 1995.
- The Justice Department is proceeding with its antitrust. Hanson, Cynthia; McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor;8/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 190, p2
Reports the decision of the Justice Department to continue with its antitrust investigation of Microsoft, as stated by Attorney General Reno. Effect of the decision on the company's stock prices on August 24, 1995.
- Microsoft supports audio-CD format. Doyle, Audrey V. // Computer Graphics World;Feb95, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on Microsoft's plans to support a new audio-CD format that will reportedly let users not only play music, but also view video clips, photos, animation, and text on audio compact discs created under Windows 95 and played on Windows 95-compatible personal computers. Support for the...
- Microsoft offers new grants for higher ed. // T H E Journal;Apr96, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p24
Announces that the Instructional Lab Grant Program awards software licenses for Microsoft Corp. development tools and operating systems to support college-level academics in computer science, business information, engineering and math.
- Microsoft offers free Internet CD. // T H E Journal;Aug96, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p20
Reports that Microsoft will distribute the software Jump Start CD for Education for Higher Education. Other Microsoft products included in the kit; Contest for colleges and universities on the use of Internet Information Server.
- Microsoft deal promises long-range benefits. // Inside Tucson Business;9/4/95, Vol. 5 Issue 23, p4
Editorial. Comments on the plans of Microsoft to expand into Tucson, Arizona. Economic implications; Controversy surrounding the terms of agreement between the computer giant and the University of Arizona and Greater Tucson Economic Council.