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Last week, within Microsoft’s 3-day Executive Briefing on everything Dynamics 365, the Business Edition was teased out. The Business Edition is Microsoft’s first legitimate effort to meet the business solution requirements of the Small to Mid-sized Business (SMB), and they are about to meet a whole new crop of competitors for the first time. Hi, my name is Microsoft You know that feeling the first time you attend a regularly scheduled event? You look around the room at all of the other people, who have been coming for years, chatting in their groups, darting glances over at you, the “new guy”. Microsoft just strolled into the SMB party, and the room is quite full. Microsoft’s arrival is not unnoticed, how could it be, they are the biggest attendee by far. Goliath has just walked into a room full of Davids. The Davids of Business Solutions In the Business Solution mag... (more)

Office 365: Understanding Mailboxes

Forceworks Office 365: Understanding Mailboxes There seems to be a lot of confusion around Microsoft Office 365 Mailboxes. In this post I will attempt to clear this up and hopefully save you some money in the process. Microsoft Office 365 provides you with the ability to create different types of mail accounts for different purposes. Some of these account types require a paid license and others do not. We often see clients who are paying for a license for a mail account that should be free. The five types of mail accounts that you can create are: Mailbox (Requires License) Group (F... (more)

Damn you Microsoft!!!

I can hear it, can you? A popular podcaster, Jason Calacanis has advised companies in the past to be wary of launching a technology product on top of someone else’s platform. Many great Facebook and Twitter apps have simply been knocked off by the platforms, and subsequently knocked right out of business. Calacanis himself fell victim as his business at the time was largely dependent on YouTube, and while Google did not knock off his content, they simply made a change to the search which orphaned his content… same result. And now here we have Microsoft. Talk about being dependen... (more)

Google still uses Microsoft Office

Forceworks Google still uses Microsoft Office Even Google Hasn’t Completely Ditched Microsoft Office For Google Apps Want a job at Google? You might want to brush up on your Microsoft Office skills. That’s because a whole bunch of jobs at Google require expertise with Office software, particularly Excel, according to Google’s job listings. We took a look at the job postings after Todd Bishop at Geekwire first spotted the trend, and found that 134 mention the word “Excel.” Listings we spotchecked mentioned the need for proficiency with Microsoft’s spreadsheet software and didn’t use... (more)

Office for iPad is Here!

Microsoft launched Office for iPad a couple of days ago. It is free for any iPad user to read or present information, but requires an Office 365 subscription to create and edit. I personally do not have an iPad, but I know than many (most) people do so I edited this demo video down to show what it can do. It really is pretty darn cool, I might just have to get an iPad. Source: Office for iPad is Here! Forceworks ... (more)