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Microsoft empowers Melbourne Business School to 'move and improve'
Melbourne Business School is harnessing the power of Microsoft’s three clouds to transform its business into a cloud first enterprise.
BitTitan introduces Microsoft Teams migration capabilities
“Microsoft Teams is emerging as a key application in Microsoft Office 365 and we’re seeing demand from our customers to support this new workload between Office 365 tenants."
A quick overview of Microsoft Dynamics in 2019
We quickly explain where Microsoft's business applications unit is at in 2019.
ServiceNow moves SaaS solution in US & Australia to Microsoft Azure
The IT department heavyweights are expanding their relationship in numerous areas
How M-Files aims to enhance Microsoft Office 365
“According to Gartner, the full value of Office 365 is often not realised until data is migrated."
How process automation improves efficiency for Parks Victoria
Microsoft brings new efficiency to Parks Victoria with ParkConnect, a centralised management system for employees and stakeholders.
Fusion5 teams up with Ambit in NZ and AUS
"It gives us an innovative way to extend Dynamics 365’s Customer Service functionality at a reasonably low cost to our customers, while driving a lot more efficiencies back to their businesses."
Microsoft's biggest announcements from Build 2019
"As computing becomes embedded in every aspect of our lives, the choices developers make will define the world we live in," says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Microsoft Teams’ eight new and upcoming features
After taking Best in Show at Enterprise Connect, Microsoft Teams will be seeing eight new capabilities over 2019.
Accenture and Microsoft strengthen bond with new business group
The new group elevates a longstanding strategic alliance, expanding combined service capabilities, global scale and joint solution development.
Take productivity to the next level with Surface
Microsoft’s latest-generation Surface devices unlock more power, performance and value for business customers.
Microsoft ups commercial prices by 9% for Kiwis
The increase only affects commercial online services priced in New Zealand dollars and is limited to cloud products only.
Positive results for Microsoft, but Azure growth slows
Microsoft has released its latest financial results, and albeit one disappointment it’s good news for shareholders.
Modernising your ERP could unlock a potential goldmine
Businesses with the wrong or outdated ERP systems are being deprived of insights and capabilities to drive their business forward.
Overview of Microsoft's artificial intelligence strategy
We look into the three key areas of Microsoft's artificial intelligence strategy
New AI and mixed reality business applications for Dynamics 365
"We live in a connected world where companies are challenged every day to innovate so they can stay ahead of emerging trends."
How Microsoft aims to bring AI to the masses
At Microsoft, more than 3,500 full-time security professionals work with AI tools.
Microsoft intensifies efforts to fuel intuitive workplace collaboration
Microsoft is leading the charge for teamwork and collaboration through a number of changes designed to fuel the modern workplace.
SkyKick upgrades offerings to show commitment to partners
After raising $40 million in funding, SkyKick has made improvements to their products aimed at providing support for channel partners.
Adobe advances Microsoft partnership with new innovations
Adobe Sign is now deeply integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365, providing real-time access to customer details from LinkedIn Sales Navigator.
Why Microsoft Intune is the next big thing for enterprise
The new security offerings leverage the features of Microsoft EM+S to protect mobile devices and mobile apps.
Microsoft pledges to train 5,000 AU public sector workers in cloud computing by 2020
“It will be an ambitious goal to train 5,000 individuals by 2020, but a necessary one.”
Thanks to Telstra, we'll soon be able to make voice calls from Office 365
“We are always looking for ways we can make it easier for our customers to connect."
Microsoft women file over 200 complaints of gender discrimination & sexual harassment
The documents show staff working in U.S-based technical jobs filed 238 complaints between 2010-2016.