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 Teams users lacking good Internet connections for meetings are getting some enhancements, according to a couple of recent Microsoft announcements.
Microsoft will finally better respect IT pro decisions about macros, ActiveX content and Office add-ins in e-mailed Office documents, according to a new security policy that'll be arriving in "early February 2022."
Keep your accounts and data secure before discarding your old machine.
Microsoft is rolling out a somewhat more streamlined approach for managing devices that use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, according to a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of Microsoft Teams Essentials, a new collaboration product for small businesses.
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