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 Nov 16, 2004 - 11:02 PM - by Michael
* Gates announces new Windows Updating tool

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News.com(.com) has the story: Bill Gates has unveiled yet another "upgrade" for Windows Update-style services.

Microsoft's DSI is a multiyear plan to wring greater productivity out of systems operators, who oversee company networks. With better management tools, administrators can handle more tasks, such as updating server patches, more quickly.

Improved systems administration has become a high priority for Microsoft's business software division. Company executives point out that the majority of information technology budgets are dedicated to running existing systems, rather than creating new business applications.
Interesting setup - apparently the next upgrade beyond SMS. If it works (big IF there, of course) it could be a good thing.
 

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