Can’t make it to the ballpark to see the Rangers? Download the MLB.TV app on Windows 8

Grilled hot dogs, the smell of fresh roasted peanuts, and that glorious crack of a Louisville slugger hitting the ball out of the park- baseball season is upon us! Between work and busy schedules, it’s not always easy to make it to the ballpark to relish the baseball experience. Never fear, Microsoft has you covered…

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State of Texas Adopts Office 365 for Greater Communication, Collaboration

Everything truly is bigger in Texas. The state recently announced that more than 100,000 employees will adopt Office 365, an always up-to-date cloud productivity service that provides anywhere access to email, calendars, office web apps, instant messaging, conferencing and file sharing. This is the biggest statewide deployment of email and collaboration services in the nation,…

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Changing the world, one project at a time

Today is the day! Students from across the nation have descended upon Redmond, Wash., for the U.S. finals of Microsoft’s 2012 Imagine Cup competition, the world’s premier student technology competition. This year, more than 100,000 U.S. students registered for the competition and the top teams chosen will compete in the Worldwide Finals in Sydney, Australia…

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Sharing the Possibilities of Cloud

Cloud computing has arrived in a big way and will impact the way IT departments handle their business. To help prepare for the changes ahead, Cloud Fest is offering Share Cloud, a combined Microsoft Cloud and SharePoint conference on Tuesday, March 27, right here in Dallas! The conference showcases a series of workshops and technical…

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Welcome to the Microsoft Dallas Blog

By: Lane Sorgen, General Manager, South Central District, Microsoft Corp. Welcome to the Microsoft Dallas blog. Here you will find posts, videos and news about Microsoft’s involvement in the city of Dallas More than 1,650 Microsoft employees live and work in the state of Texas, including offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio as…

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