Microsoft Set to Announce Next-Gen Security Software
Microsoft is unveiling next-generation security software, code-named Stirling, at the huge RSA Conference next week.
The world’s largest security conference will kick off next week in San Francisco with the public unveiling of Microsoft’s next-generation of security software, code-named Stirling.
Over the past few months, Microsoft has quietly shown the software to a select group of users, but sources familiar with the company’s plans said that it will release a beta version of the code to users during the RSA Conference next Tuesday. Microsoft will allow attendees to “see new technologies,” including Stirling and the company’s next-generation Windows Server 2008 software, according to the conference agenda.
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