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Office 365 Enterprise Going To Cost You A Heck of A Lot More
Office 365 Enterprise E5 replaces Enterprise E4, which will be dropped by June 2016, and will cost £261.60 annually per user compared to £193.20 for its predecessor.
"Nothing Is Off The Table" Warns Microsoft CEO
Satya Nadella wrote to all members of staff about a shift in company culture that goes to the very root of his plan to create a mobile-first, cloud-first firm.
18% Of SMBs Still Using Windows XP
A study carried out by Bitdefender worked out that SMBs are taking huge security risks by continuing to use the out of date operating system that no longer has Microsoft’s support.
71% Of Businesses Failing On Enterprise-Grade Collaboration
Employees are increasingly turning to consumer level tools to collaborate with external partners due to the fact that there are simply not enough business-grade alternatives on offer.
Affordable Unified Communications For SMEs: Cobweb's Cloud-Based Microsoft Lync
if you want to empower your company with a workflow-enhancing communications system whilst maintaining affordability, no matter the size of your company, Cobweb could provide the answer.
Amazon Eyeing Microsoft For Corporate Email Service
Amazon is about to enter the corporate email market currently dominated by Google and Microsoft.
Android Tablets Now Have Microsoft Office Apps
Microsoft has launched its Office apps for Android tablets today, so you can now head over to the Google Play store and download Word, Excel and PowerPoint versions which are tailored to work on a slate.
Apple Pipped By Surging Microsoft Surface Sales
The Surface line has matured and the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book outsold Apple's tablets during the month of October.
Azure Taken Down By Series Of Issues
Customers in Japan, the US and Brazil were worst affected by outages that hit all facets of the cloud service - and which made complete parts of the service unavailable for hours at a time.
Bill Gates, Paul Allen And The Creation Of Microsoft
Microsoft today stands as one of the world's most important and powerful companies but, like all others, it had to start somewhere. Here's how a pair of geeky university dropouts came good.
Blind People To Receive Microsoft Help To Regain Independence
The software giant has developed the device in conjunction with UK charity Guide Dogs and Microsoft hopes it can help those with visual impairments to feel safer and more confident.
Bury XP Or Bury Your Data: 7 Tips For A Stress-Free Migration
Upgrading Windows XP to either Windows 7 or Windows 8 is critical both from a cost perspective and security point of view. Here are my top tips in migrating whilst you still can!
Business Users Promised New Features In Windows 10 Upgrade
Microsoft has yesterday issued the first major update to Windows 10, including many more drivers, making sure Windows properly recognises an even larger amount of hardware, says the firm.
Businesses Forced To Rethink Support Of Transformation
In today's society our needs are being fulfilled by services, rather than one-off purchases. Gradually, we are all becoming a part of what we call the "subscription economy".
Businesses Still Unprepared For Windows Server 2003 Deadline
We are now in July, and for companies that use Windows Server 2003, that means one thing – official extended support from Microsoft ends come the middle of the month.
'Buy! Buy! Buy!' Is The Goldman Sachs View On Microsoft
The investment banking firm thinks the new core businesses of Azure, Windows and Office have 'righted a wrong' when it comes to MSFT's strategy.
Capita Offering Microsoft Apps Via G-Cloud
IT services provider Capita has announced it will be offering Microsoft productivity applications to the public sector via G-Cloud 5.
Case Study: Coventry Council Chooses Cloud To Cut Costs
Coventry City Council is in the process of increasing income and simultaneously making savings with the help of the cloud.
CCS And Microsoft XP Support Deal Finalised
An XP support deal for the wider public sector has been agreed between the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and IT giant Microsoft.
China Attempts To Take On Microsoft Windows And Android
The Chinese government is further showing its displeasure with Redmond, and now plans to help domestic development of platforms to take over from Windows, and also Google’s Android OS.

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