The partnership provides an end-to-end, scalable integrated cloud solution for micro businesses in the digital economy.
A Microsoft study finds that 70% consider themselves mobile workers today yet only 41% feel empowered by their organisation to embrace the demands of the digital workplace.
The partnership builds on the relationship between Veritas and Microsoft and includes collaboration to enable and jointly sell hybrid cloud storage solutions to mutual customers.
- Partnership will see both companies embracing each others’ products
- Made several key announcements on new products and enhancements across most, if not all, products
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (left) and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen on stage at Microsoft Ignite 2016
Polycom, Inc launches a new customer demonstration centre in Thailand, allowing customers to experience firsthand the company’s latest video, audio and content collaboration solutions.
Microsoft's purchase of Linkedin for US $26.2 billion caught a lot of people by surprise. But the acquisition makes no sense when you consider the overlap between the customers of both companies. Linkedin's future profitability is also doubtful.
Microsoft and Learning Possibilities have announced an alliance to roll out the Learning Management System on Office 365, LP+365, in Asia Pacific.
UCaaS is seeing increased adoption rates among a wide range of businesses in APAC, says InterCall senior manager Christopher Franke.
For two Microsoft Corp customers, the need to overcome their individual business challenges gave them the right impetus to move to the cloud, Edwin Yapp writes.
Microsoft Corp has launched Office 2016, the latest edition of its productivity suite, which now comes with collaborative features integrated into each application, as well as better integration with other Microsoft products such as Skype and Cortana.