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Here's the unexpectedly crucial software for navigating the new future of work

  • Goldman Sachs outlined the software needed to fast-forward offices into Enterprise 4.0, its model for the future of work.
  • Public cloud software, for instance, allows companies to store data, as well as manage products and infrastructure, fro…

    office-365 - Business Insider
    6:00am PDT - June 2nd, 2020

Microsoft's first pair of true wireless earbuds sound good and fit comfortably, but they fail to truly earn their $200 price tag

  • Microsoft's new Surface Earbuds feature above average sound quality, especially when listening to rock music and songs that don't rely on thick bass.
  • Comfort is exceptional, even after several hours of use, and they come with multiple ear ti…

    office-365 - Business Insider
    11:49am PDT - May 29th, 2020

Outlook for Windows will soon sync email signatures across devices

Microsoft is finally adding email signature sync to Outlook for Windows. Outlook users have been asking for it for more than a decade, and it’s finally arriving in June.

office-365 - The Verge
8:42am PDT - May 22nd, 2020

Microsoft rolls out protection against 'reply all' email storms

One surefire way to take down an email system is to send a message with thousands of recipients attached only to have a few of them hit reply all, generating millions more emails. Now Microsoft is introducing protection against what are commonly referred to a…

office-365 - Mashable
1:30pm PDT - May 11th, 2020

Surface Earbuds finally arrive on May 12th for $199

Microsoft unveiled a pair of unique-looking truly wireless earbuds in October, and the company is finally ready to start selling them. The Surface Earbuds will go on sale on May 12th for $199, and you can pre-order them today. That’s $50 less than the $249 th…

office-365 - Engadget
6:00am PDT - May 6th, 2020

Microsoft is infesting Windows 10 with annoying ads

File Explorer ads and bundled apps are the final straw

office-365 - The Verge
7:22am PDT - May 3rd, 2020

Despite COVID-19, every part of Microsoft’s business grew this quarter

Azure's still going strong, and even Xbox avoided major losses.

office-365 - Ars Technica
11:40am PDT - May 1st, 2020