Microsoft announced today that it has finally added Cloud Storage Partner Program (CSPP) support to the Android Office apps.
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Microsoft has added new collaboration features to Office 365 this month. Key among them are co-authoring capabilities in PowerPoint and more.
Codenamed "Scribbler," Microsoft OneNote was announced at COMDEX 2002 and would ship as part of Office 2003. I've been using it ever since.
OneNote is the best note-taking solution in the world, and it's available for free for everyone. Here are a few tips for getting started.
Thanks to new integration capabilities in iOS 10, Skype for Business calls can work the same way as the native calling experience on Apple's devices.
The Essentials is a new weekly column where I talk about what we (Paul and I) use to write, work and honestly, survive the work week.
Today, Microsoft announced a new Office 365 service called Outlook Customer Manager. It brings CRM capabilities to small businesses.
Microsoft's long-awaited Slack alternative is finally here: The software giant announced the preview version of Microsoft Teams today at an event in New York.
Microsoft Flow---the software giant's answer to IFTTT---is now available, following about six months in beta.
Outlook for iOS is picking up a great feature from the desktop version of the app: the scheduling assistant. But you'll need to add an Office 365 commercial account to see it.
Microsoft announced today that Skype for Business for Mac is now generally available. The firm also announced updates to Skype for Business on Android and iOS.
Microsoft says it is expanding the availability of its Focused Inbox functionality across the many confusing versions of Outlook it supports on Windows, Mac, mobile, and the web.
I don't know what's in the water in Redmond, but Microsoft's Office 365 group has been pumping out updates like there's no tomorrow all year. And the latest change is one that will impact how many users interact with the service.
Microsoft has really outdone itself with this month's massive list of Office 365 updates, which once again spans all of the client platforms that they support. Here's what's new.
Microsoft corporate vice president Yusuf Mehdi mentioned during his appearance at the Ignite keynote that there are now over 70 million active users of the commercial versions of Office 365. But that number isn't new. What's going on with Office 365 adoption?