Microsoft Office 365 brings cloud power to reality TV show

Microsoft and “Angel’s Gate,” a groundbreaking Asian reality television series, today announced Microsoft will offer its Office 365 cloud productivity service for free to entrepreneurs across Asia who have been shortlisted to participate in the television series. “Angel’s Gate” gives viewers an inside look into the highly competitive nature of venture capital and angel investor…

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Office 365 versus Google Apps: A day-in-the-life of a financial analyst

See how Microsoft Office 365 stacks up versus Google Apps to improve the day of a financial analyst. The latest post from Tony Tai on Why Microsoft reveals how Office 365 can help anyone working with lots of data develop secure reports, with accurate information analysis.

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Cloud Service Transparency Trifecta

Today, the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing team announced that Microsoft Dynamics CRM  has joined the Cloud Security Alliance’s (CSA) Security and Assurance Registry (STAR). Both Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Azure have self-assessments published in the CSA’s STAR, and we’re pleased to share that Microsoft Dynamics CRM has now also published a self-assessment – resulting in a trifecta of cloud service…

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Microsoft Office 365 customers in Italy boost efficiency and productivity

Eight more companies and public agencies have joined the increasing number of organizations that have adopted Microsoft Office 365 to increase collaboration and communication, enhance productivity, and boost efficiency with the popular cloud-based service. Organizations include the ASL of the Municipality of Naples, Artsana Group, Centro Servizi Territoriale, CONSAP SpA, GTS Logistics, Fabio Salvotti, Lombardini…

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Productivity is in the air…

Spring has sprung, and it’s the perfect time for some technology cleaning and sprucing up to make your business as productive as possible. With Microsoft Office 365, smart businesses have straightened up overflowing email inboxes, PC desktops stuffed with random files, and servers brimming with old data. Children’s clothing and furniture retailer Babesta recently put…

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