Category : Services

Today is Microsoft Inspire, a conference for Microsoft and it’s industry partners. In the keynote, a new program called Microsoft 365 was announced that bundles Office and Windows Enterprise into a subscription package. No word just yet on how much it will cost, or when it will be available. It does seem to be geared to make it easier for small and medium business to reach out and take advantage of features in the Enterprise versions of Windows, which until now have been reserved for volume license customers.

Source: The Verge

Written on May, 07, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Users of Microsoft’s free email service and free email client take note; the two will no longer play well together. Microsoft has made some under the hood changes to their Outlook.com email service, and they will not be updating the 4 year old mail client to take advantage of the changes. As an alternative, Microsoft suggests using the Outlook.com web interface, the built in Mail and Calendar Apps in Windows 10. or of course the Outlook 2016 desktop app.

Source: Thurrott.com