I’ve been asked by Microsoft to survey the community about customer satisfaction. I’ll be sharing my findings with the Top 150 MSFT execs at an internal summit in Fort Lauderdale on September 18th. So I would really apprecaite you taking a few minutes to tell me what you think. Be honest, respectful and tell me what you think! I appreciate Microsoft reaching out and asking for the “outside looking in” view of things. It’s easy to say that Microsoft doesn’t care or listen. I’d argue that things are changing with…Read More
BELLEVUE, Wash., October 6, 2011 – Likewise, a software provider for identity, security and storage, announced today a licensing agreement with Microsoft to empower Likewise Storage Services to enable next-generation Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices with Microsoft Server Message Block (SMB) protocolsupport for Windows Server “8”.
Mumbai, July 26, 2011: Miles Software Solutions (P) Ltd. (Miles), a leading provider of technologically-advanced solutions to asset and wealth management firms across the world, today announced it has attained Gold Certified Partner status in the Microsoft Partner Program as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV). This certification represents the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies. The Microsoft Gold Partner accreditation recognizes Miles as an organization that has continually demonstrated the highest ability and a commitment to offering best-in-class solutions to its customers. Miles’ MoneyWare IntegraTM product suite…Read More
“Virtualization” can mean many different things. From server and storage to client and network, virtualization is expanding beyond a single definition. To narrow the focus, this article examines how server virtualization enables businesses to run multiple “virtual” servers on a single physical machine, lowering computing costsRead More
Real-time access to business critical applications now available on a month to month subscription basis to small and medium financial firmsBOCA RATON, FL – August 25th 2010 – Viodel Communication Solutions (www.viodel.com) announced today the launch of the Viodel AppX Mart which provides financial and enterprise customers access to best-of-breed enterprise-class software applications from Microsoft, RIM, Cisco and McAfee over the Internet as a predictable month-to-month subscription service.Read More
VERNON HILLS, Ill. – June 28, 2010 – CDW LLC, a leading provider of technology products and services to business, government and education, today announced it is a Microsoft Partner Awards winner as Large Account Reseller Partner of the Year. The company was chosen out of an international field of top Microsoft partners for delivering market-leading customer solutions built on Microsoft technology.Read More
Jacksonville, FL – BinaryNow, Inc. released a new version of Kingsoft Office 2010. This alternative office suite for Microsoft Windows is composed of three full featured applications: a word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation package. The latest version includes a completely redesigned core layout engine, which makes it the smallest, fastest, and most compatible alternative to Microsoft Office on the market today. Other improvements include complete Microsoft Office Open XML support (.DOCX, .XLSX, .PPTX) and native Adobe PDF support.Read More
CM-Consult products intended to provide business continuity are added to the international solutions catalogue IBM Global Solutions Directory . IBM Corporation adds to this directory the most significant solutions that are based on IBM technologies and have been successfully implemented for a number of customers.Read More
March 2nd 2010 – Oldenburg, Germany. Creating a new office is a direct response to the increased demand for practical ways of connecting SAP and Microsoft solutions. Microsoft SharePoint Server, fast becoming a de facto standard in the Enterprise, is fueling the need for intuitive tools and packaged scenarios enabling seamless access to SAP data and processes.Read More
Seattle: Microsoft has issued a new software download that will let European users of Windows operating system decide if they wish to keep Internet Explorer as their computer’s default browser, the company said Monday.Read More
San Francisco: Seeking to augment the appeal of its online properties with popular social networking features, Yahoo plans to integrate Twitter into its collection of websites. The partnership will allow web surfers to view the short, 140-character messages created by Twitter users, dubbed Tweets, directly within Yahoo sites as well as to publish their own Twitter messages without leaving Yahoo, reports Alexei Oreskovic from Reuters.
San Francisco: Trying to make Outlook more users friendly, Microsoft plans to include social networking services into its latest generation Outlook email program, to be released with an Office 2010 set of applications later this year.Read More