Vista Stakes Its Future on Security
Microsoft Corp. is banking on enhancements to what it has dubbed the fundamentals to entice enterprises to upgrade to the next version of Windows, known as Vista. The company will use upcoming industry shows to sing the praises of improvements to the Windows networking stack and secure networking techniques such as server and domain isolation to sell both Vista and "Longhorn," the planned update to Windows Server.
However, Microsoft may be swimming upstream against current technology trends and advocating changes that could roil enterprise networks, according to one analyst. Vista Stakes Its Future on Security
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