Tim GreeneSenior Editor, Network World

Tim Greene covers security and keeps an eye on Microsoft for Network World.

New VMware Horizon Suite Delivers Apps, Data to Any Device

VMWare Tuesday pulled the wraps off its mobility platform, Horizon Suite.

Dell, HP Say Windows 8 Is Trashing PC Sales

To hear Dell and HP tell it, the slump in PC sales can be blamed in part on Windows 8, which won't do much to improve the situation until sometime next year.

Microsoft Unveils Redesigned Logo

The revamp goes hand-in-hand with Microsoft's gamble on touch-centric Windows 8, the new operating system scheduled to be released in October.

Microsoft Outlook.com Doesn't Play Well With Android Mobile

One of the hot new features of Microsofts upgraded and renamed email service Outlook.com -- that devices without Office loaded onto them can open Office attachments in the cloud via a browser wont work with Android mobile devices.

Microsoft Crowned Top U.S. Spammer -- Again

The research may be skewed by the MSN factor, but outbound spam still indicates a security problem, with systems compromised by botnets and or users who were hooked by phishing.

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Windows 8 is Stalling PC Sales, IDC Says

Anticipation of Windows 8 devices coming out this fall has predictably led to sluggish sales of PCs in the past quarter as customers wait to decide whether they want in on the new operating system, according to an IDC report.

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Microsoft's Tuesday Patch Douses Flame Malware

This month's regular update also provides critical fixes to Internet Explorer and several versions of Windows.

Windows 8 Migration: Why, When and How

Microsoft says Windows 7 applications will run on Windows 8, it's wise to check with application vendors about compatibility and support plans.

Tablet Flops, Flubs and Fluffs

Windows 8 Update: Windows Phone 8 Apps Won't Run As-is

Apps for the new platform will be adaptable to Windows 8, but they will need to be rewritten.

Microsoft Vows to Plug IE Hole Found in Hacking Contest

Next week's Patch Tuesday will feature a fix for a vulnerability in Internet Explorer that came to light at the celebrated Pwn2Own hacking competition.

Flame's Secret Could've Fetched $1 Million on Black Market

Microsoft's share alone for the malware was a hefty price while it was still in stealth operations, a security expert says.

Windows 8 Update: IPv6, New Hardware, and Privacy

Here's a look at some of what's coming with Windows 8 including IPv6 support, lots of hardware from Computex, and an upgrade program from Staples.

Windows 8 Test Drive: Hardware Is a Challenge

Hardware will remain a key to satisfaction in Windows 8.

Microsoft Updates Certificates after Flame Exploit

Existing security certificates are being recalled after the technology was exploited by the Flame malware.