Office 365 welcomes more customers to the family

Last week, we welcomed a  handful of customers across professional services, air travel and healthcare industries to Office 365. ALECITA, Eurowings, Multidata-Bluegarden, Sygnity and WellPoint are saving time and money while increasing productivity with Office 365. To learn more visit the Official Office 365 blog.

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Otto Japan Inc. adopts Office 365

Fashion retailer Otto Japan Inc. recently upgraded its email platform from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Online as part of Microsoft Office 365. The company wanted a comprehensive email solution that allowed for large-capacity mailboxes, ease of use, and optimization of IT costs. Last year’s earthquake also encouraged Otto Japan to think about disaster preparedness…

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No matter where life takes you, let Microsoft Office keep you connected

Spring is here, but snow and extreme weather can still make a surprise appearance. Be prepared to stay productive with Microsoft Office 2010, whether you’re traveling, at the office, or stuck at home.  Check out www.office.com/snoworshine for videos about how TV personality Al Roker stays productive and ten tips to help you stay connected, even when…

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Customers move to Office 365

Microsoft welcomes JetBlue, Patagonia, and the American Heart Association to the Office 365 Family! These companies are joined by other recent customers new to Office 365 – Campbell Soup Company, Marie Claire, Hersing Corp, UL (formerly Underwriters Labs), and Wunderman. With this recent momentum, Office 365 is on track to be on of the fastest…

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Office Web Apps: Guy Kawasaki’s secret to success

Microsoft has partnered with Guy Kawasaki, author and venture capitalist, on a series providing guidance and sample Office documents for making business dreams a reality. In the four-post series on Guy’s blog he reveals exclusive tips for aspiring entrepreneurs on everything from pitching business ideas to planning your own business and impressing investors. Guy’s Office Web App templates may…

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Microsoft and MasterCard help bring savings to small businesses

In a continuing trend to put the latest technology in the palm of small businesses, Microsoft with the help of MasterCard is working to bring additional incentives for small businesses upgrading to Office 365. Today, we announce that MasterCard will provide a 10 percent savings to eligible small business cardholders when they purchase Office 365…

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Simplify the season with Office 2010

Like you, we love creating delicious dishes and culinary masterpieces and sharing them with our friends and family. That’s why this year, Office designed three ­free Office 2010 holiday-related templates to help you relax and focus on your loved ones. What’s more, we’re filling your stocking full of festive tips and tricks to help you stay…

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Office 365 improves support for security and privacy

Today, Microsoft announced improvements to its support for security and privacy in Office 365, making it the first and only major cloud based productivity suite to offer leading EU and US Standards for Data Protection and Security. As part of its contractual commitment to customers, Microsoft will now sign EU’s Model Clauses, which will help customers…

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New Microsoft releases enhance productivity on-the-go

Today, Microsoft announced the release of an update to OneNote Mobile for iPhone (to version 1.3) and a version of this app tailored for iPad.  The Lync 2010 for Windows Phone app is also available today and Lync 2010 clients for iPhone, iPad, Android and Nokia Symbian have been submitted to their respective mobile app…

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Kurt DelBene and Satya Nadella talk about Microsoft’s cloud vision and strategy

Yesterday Kurt DelBene, president of the Microsoft Office Division, and Satya Nadella, president of Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business, dined with journalists in San Francisco to discuss cloud computing. Kurt and Satya weighed in on the biggest myths, trends and the future in cloud computing. Microsoft News Center captures the conversation of the evening, here. 

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