Office Online Server November release In May, we launched Office Online Server (OOS), which allows organizations to provide users with browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote, among other capabilities offered in Office Online, from their own data center. We will deliver most of the new features of Office Online to Office Online through regular updates. Today, we launched Read more about Office Online Server November release[…]

Tour of the new Microsoft Tech Community At Microsoft Mechanics today At Microsoft Mechanics today, community administrator Anna Chu offers a whirlwind visit to the Microsoft technology community. If you have not seen or joined the community, it is the only place where community experts can share, collaborate and obtain information about products and services at Microsoft. In this demonstration, Read more about Tour of the new Microsoft Tech Community[…]

Microsoft officially announced it The new offer rounds up Microsoft’s productivity offerings by finally offering a way to keep teams organized and collaborating in real time. Of course, Slack is a competitive organization in itself, and is not taking this ad sitting. He issued an ironic press release that “welcomed” the game to Microsoft, and pointed out three Read more about Microsoft officially announced it[…]

How To Get Fruitful Cloud Joint Instead of concentrating on whether their cooperative efforts are directly generating a more lucrative condition, they are simply trying to verify if the projects were updated by any means. This, obviously, is not a cost-effective approach to things. In light of a legitimate concern to help IT groups better understand how to move to Read more about How To Get Fruitful Cloud Joint[…]

Microsoft breaks out annual revenue by products Microsoft’s stock has been on a bit of rollercoaster since the company released its most recent quarterly earnings. Almost immediately after Microsoft reported moderately impressive revenue numbers for three of it four largest product categories for the three months ending in July, early investors saw their shares rise. Unfortunately, the wave of enthusiasm for Microsoft’s future ended abruptly as Read more about Microsoft breaks out annual revenue by products[…]