So, with Salesforce.com's shindig coming up this week, who's looking to play the poop in the punch bowl? None other than Microsoft, which is offering customers up to $200 per seat to switch CRM providers to Dynamics from, oh, say...Oracle...or maybe Salesforce.com.
Posted by Lee Pender on 12/06/2010 at 1:23 PM
Microsoft this week announced the ability to manage Android Open Source Project (AOSP) devices via Microsoft Intune, which is available as a "premium" add-on to Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) subscribers.
Microsoft Intune, the mobile management solution that's offered as part of the Microsoft Endpoint Manager suite, is getting the ability to manage Linux desktops with an update that'll be arriving this month, per a Tuesday Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of a Basic edition of the Azure Firewall service, which is available at the preview stage.
Don't be surprised if Microsoft spends a good amount of time on its Flight Simulator. Yes, you heard that right.
Microsoft this week announced that a new Identity Theft Monitoring service is available to U.S. subscribers to the Microsoft 365 Personal or Microsoft 365 Family editions.
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