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's enhancements to the Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service are now said to be "generally available" (GA), or ready for commercial use, per a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of Windows 10 version 1909, a new operating system product that's also known as the "Windows 10 November 2019 Update."
Of that number, 13 vulnerabilities are rated "Critical" to patch, while 62 vulnerabilities are deemed "Important."
With a raft of new Office 365 features in the pipeline, Microsoft also seems ready to change the way it bills its subscribers. Will it replicate Azure's pay-per-use model, or will it look like something else entirely?
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