What happens when you integrate three previously separate product offerings into a single solution? The future.
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Two years ago, we were still debating whether Microsoft should buy Slack to gain credibility in the market for chat-based collaboration.
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Microsoft needs to meet---if not exceed---the features of Google One for its own consumer customers. I have a few ideas.
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This is the strongest sign yet that Microsoft is walking away from its legacy platforms in favor of its future in the cloud.
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Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
Microsoft has documented a long list of new features it is adding across Microsoft 365. And yes, this is a first.