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Microsoft is changing its Office 365 device install limit policy, offering subscribers more for the same amount of money.
Azure and Office subscriptions lead the charge. Even the Xbox One X is outperforming Surface devices. And by this point, phones are far out of the picture.
New enterprise communication and user management tools are coming from Google... and CRM could be in store as well. All to take on Microsoft.
Commercial subscriptions to Office 365 will get the first whack of threaded conversations, bot-integrated chat and a whole bunch of collaboration.
Fourth quarter revenues dropped to $20.6 billion. But with last year's write-off of Nokia, Microsoft put down black ink this quarter.
You knew it was coming, and had all the time to stop it from happening. Don't act shocked therefore you're now losing 10GB of your free OneDrive storage.
To make amends for some of its controversial semi-recent OneDrive policy changes, Microsoft now throws in gratis Office 365 Personal memberships.
To ensure its fans view the 9.7-inch iPad Pro as an ideal PC replacement, Apple leaves its ego aside and sells Office 365 products as official accessories.
We knew it was supposed to happen, but not so soon. Thankfully, Microsoft is "working hard" to temporarily lift back OneDrive cloud storage limits.
Microsoft has had a drastic change of heart regarding unlimited OneDrive storage for Office 365 users. Plus, free cloud space now caps off at 5GB.
Google’s had a pretty stellar quarter. Why not Microsoft? While it’s working off of continuing its Office suite, its Surface series of computers and a transformation of its Windows operating system for both PCs and mobile, it turns out that revenues and operating income have slid compared to last quarter and the same quarter from a year ago.
Microsoft’s FY16 Q1 total revenue was put at $20.4B, down from $22.1B from last quarter and $23.2B year-over-year.
Operating income came in at $5.793B. While it may be up from a reported operating loss of $2.1B in [...]
Let’s preface this story by saying that this should not be a surprise. Mind you, the base functionality of every Microsoft Office app is available on most iOS devices for free. Advanced features do require that Office 365 subscription, but if you found yourself getting by or getting away with what you could do on Word with an iPhone, it will still be the case for you.
That’s not going to be the case if you get any with the iPad Pro. You’ll need a 365 subscription to do any editing in Office on the 12.9-inch tablet. Microsoft has historically made clear in the [...]
Learn more about Office Delve, a new service launched by Microsoft that helps you enjoy the benefits coming to Office 2016 for the Mac.