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Microsoft to marry Office with Dropbox for cloud productivity

In the latest example of Microsoft partnering with a major competitor, the company has struck a deal with Dropbox to improve interoperability between Office and Dropbox's cloud storage and file sharing services for consumers and businesses.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez05 Nov. 14 03:59

Cortana to give voice and ears to Dynamics CRM

Dynamics CRM 2015 will ship next month with multiple enhancements, including one literally audible: using Cortana on Windows Phone 8.1 devices, users will be able to talk to the customer relationship management suite.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez04 Nov. 14 19:04

Apologetic Microsoft unleashes Xim globally for Android, Win Phone

Apparently caught off guard by strong demand for Xim, a mobile photo-sharing app from its Fuse Labs researchers, a regretful Microsoft has released it globally for Android and Windows Phone, while promising iOS support is due soon.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez01 Nov. 14 03:49

Office 365 admins get spreadsheet search help

Microsoft has switched on special search features in Office 365 designed to help IT administrators keep tabs on employees' spreadsheets, a task becoming more difficult and more important in enterprises.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez30 Oct. 14 06:46

Dropbox finds its way into HP, Acer PCs and tablets

Dropbox isn't satisfied that its cloud storage and file-sharing service has more than 300 million subscribers, so it's actively seeking partnerships to grow its user base, landing HP and Acer on Tuesday.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez29 Oct. 14 04:04

Microsoft makes OneDrive storage unlimited for Office 365 customers

Microsoft will no longer try to "one up" competitors in cloud storage, opting instead to eliminate the ceiling for consumer and business subscribers of its Office 365 suites, a move that will put it on par with some vendors and ahead of others.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez28 Oct. 14 05:13

Microsoft Q1 sales jump, but Nokia drags down earnings

Microsoft revenue leaped 25 per cent in the first quarter but profit dropped, dragged down by expenses tied to its ongoing wave of layoffs and to the integration of Nokia's phone business.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez24 Oct. 14 07:55

Windows 10 to get two-factor authentication built-in

Microsoft is continuing its crusade to get CIOs interested in Windows 10, touting new security features that include two-factor authentication built directly into the OS.

Written by Juan Carlos Perez23 Oct. 14 05:25
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