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Get ready to start fielding voice calls in Slack. The company announced Tuesday that all users of its popular chat app will be able to ring their teammates with a couple of clicks.
Anyone can get into the private beta of MIcrosoft's new GigJam productivity service, which is aimed at helping teams of people collaborate in real time over the Internet, the company announced Thursday.
Microsoft chief Satya Nadella says he doesn't care what device you buy, as long as it runs Windows 10. But if Wall Street doesn't buy it, look out.
Polaris Office takes the next step in its office suite evolution with a version tailored to businesses.
Forget about curated HoloLens experiences at Microsoft's Build conference. Here's a deep dive into how the HoloLens Development Edition performs when no one's watching.
Microsoft Graph aggregates everything that you give it permission to and provides that context to apps, including those written by Microsoft as well as third parties.
Microsoft's Excel team takes to Reddit to answer questions and reassure users that yes, you can open up more than one Excel window at the same time.
Microsoft's social media track record is abysmal, but these subtler takes could ease users into using Skype and Sway as social tools.
QuickBooks is getting new integrations and functionality to help retail and other capital intensive businesses do better.
Microsoft has taken two features of social networking, Likes and Mentions, and have put them into Outlook.
At the BoxWorks conference, the Apple CEO explained why the former foes could gain more by collaborating than by competing.
Microsoft thinks users will want more powerful, connected apps in the future. Here's how the new generation of Microsoft mobile apps is becoming smarter and more interactive.