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Microsoft to take on Trello with new Planner platform

Microsoft took a leaf out of the book of many a different service when it revamped its Office platform for Windows 10 and the future, by driving it with collaboration in mind. To further that end it's now launched a new platform known as Planner, which draws heavily and will …

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Microsoft Office apps for iPad hit 12 million downloads

Microsoft Corp. has announced that its Office applications for Apple iPad were downloaded more than 12 million times in just one week. At present, the Word, Excel, OneNote and PowerPoint applications are top free apps in Apple’s AppStore. But is 12 million really a lot? “More than 12 million downloads …

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Ford CEO denies plans to leave for Microsoft

Various market rumours pointed at Alan Mulally, current chief executive officer (CEO) of Ford Motor Co., as a potential candidate to be Microsoft Corp.’s next head, despite of the fact that he never disclosed plans to leave his current position. This week, the man who led reshaping of Ford several …

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Adobe security breach outs 3 million customer details

We reported on Adobe's announced hack earlier today, where it was thought likely that nothing too serious had been done, but a few encrypted passwords might have been taken. Now we've had further word from Adobe that it's worse; much worse. The latest revelation, is that over 2.9 million customer …

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Microsoft Office for iPad on the horizon?

It may be hard to believe, but Microsoft have yet to release their extremely popular Office suite for the Apple iPad. According to earlier reports from The Daily in February, it was said Microsoft would release the software ‘in the coming weeks', but it never happened. Microsoft said at the …

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Chrome 17 is out, adds Omnibox prerendering

Another day, another web browser version. Or so it seems between Firefox and Chrome lately. Today is Google's turn with Chrome 17 being released in stable form after a month long beta phase. Build 17.0.963.46 brings with it another performance booster in the form of Omnibox Prerendering support that comes …

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Microsoft ‘Office 15’ reaches Technical Preview stage

Alongside Windows 8 development, the next version of Microsoft Office (codenamed Office 15) is also right on track with a Technical Preview having just been distributed to a select group of customers under non-disclosure agreements for testing. PJ Hough whom is CVP of Development for Microsoft's Office Division said, “At …

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Microsoft launch Office 365 public beta

Microsoft have announced the availability of the full public beta of Office 365, Redmond's cloud based enterprise productivity suite that puts Office, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Lync Online into a single subscription package. Six months ago Microsoft rolled out the first limited beta of Office 365, and now they …

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