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Big Data, the cloud, and mobile are converging technology trends that represent real opportunities for developers and IT pros to deliver more efficiencies and new value. On June 11, 2014, at the 14th International Cloud Expo Microsoft Cloud delivered a complete education track as part ...
End-user computing devices have followed a trajectory of faster, smaller, and cheaper for several decades: adding better connectivity, more natural interfaces, but largely remaining a device with a screen and human input device. This model is breaking down as computation and connectivi...
With budgets shrinking and sales targets growing with every passing year, it is becoming more important than ever to implement quality ERP software solutions in order to cut costs and streamline your business practices. Whether you're a business owner, a technology officer, or a market...
TreeHouse Interactive (www.treehousei.com), a provider of on-demand partner relationship management (PRM) and marketing automation solutions, has announced its Reseller View PRM system is now available on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace. With this development, Microsoft Dynamics CRM...
Ariba is now teaming with Microsoft in business streamlining to empower buyers and sellers to better connect and collaborate across Microsoft applications and Ariba's commerce cloud services. Microsoft Dynamics offers productivity tools and built-in contextual business intelligence th...
The jury that sat through eight weeks of complicated testimony and 600 exhibits over whether or not Microsoft broke the antitrust laws and tied a can to WordPerfect’s tail to maintain its monopoly after Novell bought the software 17 years ago couldn’t come to a unanimous decision Frida...
Microsoft has sent Office 365, the cloud version of its multibillion-dollar Office franchise, out to public beta for anyone to try. Ultimately enterprise deals will range from $2 – for e-mail only – to $27a user a month with a 99.9 SLA – which is more expensive than Google Apps, Micr...
Microsoft has gotten that injunction forbidding its former employee Matthew Miszewski to work at Salesforce.com in the job he was hired for to stick. Miszewski was general manager of worldwide government for Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM team. Salesforce hired him as senior VP, global pub...
Microsoft, CEO Steve Ballmer and Kirill Tatarinov, corporate vice president for Microsoft Business Solutions, on Monday, at the Convergence 2011 demonstrated how companies can use Microsoft Dynamics to maximize the value of their existing technology investments, remain agile as market ...
Microsoft Corp., on Monday, announced its growing ecosystem of independent software vendors (ISV) and systems integrator (SI) partners within the telecommunications industry. Ericsson, Convergys Corp., MetraTech Corp., Redknee Inc. and Tech Mahindra Ltd. have all selected Microsoft Dyn...
Microsoft recently launched Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to compete with CRM market leader Salesforce.com (among other CRM offerings in the cloud). Sales and Marketing professionals consider a number of factors when choosing a CRM solution to fit their needs. NetSuite, Salesforce, an...
Microsoft has gotten a restraining order stopping its recently departed general manager of worldwide government Matthew Miszewski from going to Saleforce.com and doing essentially the same job as its senior vice president, global public sector. Saleforce announced the appointment last...
Hitachi Consulting U.K. today announced the completion of a major upgrade of PING's Global Microsoft Dynamics AX Platform from version 4.0 to 5.0. The upgrade is expected to provide technical and ongoing support of the platform along with global standardisation of PING's Customer Servi...
Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM Online, the cloud version of its Dynamics CRM 2011 and a Salesforce competitor, has finally escaped its North American boundaries and is now available worldwide. Well, in at least 40 markets at any rate. Microsoft is apparently expecting a good deal of swit...
Microsoft on Tuesday showcased examples of how government organizations are using the recently announced Microsoft Dynamics CRM to improve citizen services, reduce operational costs and boost productivity. Unveiled yesterday by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online...
Microsoft on Monday released an Open Letter from Michael Park, corporate vice president, sales, marketing and operations, Microsoft Business Solutions, inviting customers to learn about and evaluate Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. As part of the letter, Microsoft announced the “Cloud CR...
Microsoft Tuesday dumped the clumsy, not-very-memorable Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) brand it inflicted on poor SharePoint Online and Exchange Online in favor of a new cloudy repackaged concoction called Office 365, a simpler, more memorable branding than Microsoft has see...
In a memo sent Monday to all Microsoft employees, Steve Balmer has announced the departure of Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's Chief Software Architect. The announcement was short on details although it seems to be a mutual decision between Balmer and Ozzie.
After spending a lot of time focusing on Client-Side Web 2.0 Performance Problems it is time to focus on specific Server-Side Performance Problems. Last week I worked with a client that runs a custom application on Microsoft CRM 4.0 and experienced performance problems in their test en...
Bentley Radcliff, who used to work in marketing at Apple and Sun – no Microsoft fanboy he but curious about Redmond’s approach to the cloud – wanted to go to its Worldwide Partner Conference this week so we handed him a reporter’s notebook and sent him on his way. Miracle of miracle he...
Apparently Microsoft had a chin wag with computer makers in April about what Windows 8 might look like so they can make plans because a set of the “NDA” “Microsoft Confidential” PowerPoints used at the meeting seem to have turned up on an Italian web site called Windowsette over the we...
Microsoft expects to have a public beta of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) out by next month. There won’t be any new Windows 7-specific features and most of the bug fixes have already been released making it a largely ceremonial milestone that many companies like to pass before they dep...
In the name of interoperability, Microsoft Monday announced two open source projects that are supposed to go along with the technical documentation on Outlook Personal Folders (.pst) that it recently released. It said that the documentation and tools together should advance interoper...
During salesforce.com’s Q1 call with Wall Street last Thursday CEO Marc Benioff demonized Microsoft as a “patent troll” and “alley thugs” when asked about the infringement suit that Microsoft had just filed against the company. Benioff claimed the suit won’t have any impact on the co...
Microsoft has confirmed that Robbie Bach, the head of its floundering Entertainment and Devices (E&D) Division, and J Allard, the unit’s CTO and father of Courier, the dual-screen tablet PC that Microsoft recently cancelled, are both out, retired, as the company’s battle over consumer ...
CallTower, a provider of Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), on Tuesday announced its integrated voice service with Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS) offerings. Customers now can choose CallTower to supply hosted VoIP services and receive a compreh...
Microsoft announced the release to manufacturing of Windows Embedded Standard 7, delivering the power, familiarity and reliability of the Windows 7 operating system in a highly customizable and componentized form. OEMs can leverage Windows Embedded Standard 7 to create differentiated e...
DevExpress.com has announced the immediate availability of its newly added Silverlight and WPF Report Viewer Control. This new Report Viewer Control renders reports created with the award-winning DevExpress Reporting System and prints natively within any Silverlight and WPF application...
Told ya so. Microsoft acknowledged in a blog Friday that it’ll be terminating Itanium support with Windows Server 2008 R2 because, it says, the x86 has effectively caught up with the scalability and reliability needed for today’s mission-critical workloads – anyway the chip never reach...
Three weeks ago Opera was beside itself because its downloads had more than doubled and in some European countries tripled, a factor laid mostly to the advent of the antitrust-required Microsoft ballot screen that’s forcing choice on European IE users. Now it’s complaining (again) to...
In my last two articles I wrote about how to Use BizTalk Performance Counters and how to Analyze Adapter and Pipeline Performance. In this final article I focus on Orchestration and calling external services. Orchestrations can be as simple as reading a file from a file system, transf...
The long-predicted demise of the mainframe is about as likely as the paperless office. In fact, the analogy is appropriate, because companies are reducing their reliance on both paper and on mainframes, for the same reasons: achieving better results and saving money. That the mainfr...
I continue to be impressed with the quality of .NET Developers in Israel.. we had a full house last night for a 2+ hour presentation on building business applications with Silverlight and RIA Services. The audience was very engaged and had lots of good, relevant questions which crea...
As predictable as the sun rising in the east, Google’s gone into the migration business trying to decouple folks from Microsoft Exchange and move them to Google Apps. Its newfangled Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange tool works with Google Apps Premier or Education Edition ...
In Part I of this series I gave a general overview of BizTalk - the components that are involved in message processing and talked about how BizTalk specific performance counters can help spotting problematic areas. In this article we go beyond performance counters (even though we still...
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Wednesday dashed Microsoft’s hopes of overturning the Texas decision ordering it to pay the tiny Canadian company i4i $290 million for infringing its custom XML editor patent. The court also upheld the injunction that the district cou...
Microsoft is killing off its Windows Essential Business Server 2008 (EBS) effective June 30 to “streamline” its server portfolio. It figures mid-sized businesses can virtualize and get to the cloud using Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft System Center and Microsoft Business Productiv...
Microsoft only started distributing its newfangled Ballot Screen last week to give Europeans an antitrust-correcting choice of browsers when Opera claimed it was already seeing a tripling of its downloads in western Europe and Poland because of the thing and then Mozilla told the New Y...
The European Commission figures over 100 million (doubtlessly utterly confused) European Windows users will be exposed to the browser-bearing Ballot Screen that Microsoft is being made to circulate offering alternatives to Internet Explorer to settle the EC’s latest antitrust action. ...
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