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Featuring Hadoop support, the rapid-deployment service targets enterprise users with streaming and unstructured data
The first demonstrations of new universal Office apps made clear that these would be separate from the desktop versions.
The cloud service's own apps add special talents, such as sketching and scanning tools, and we haven't even gotten to the third-party apps yet.
Changes to the suite's security features should make it easier for employees to become more active in protecting themselves from hackers.
The company hopes to attract more businesses with the optional feature.
Projects and people differ, and so should project management apps. These three offer time, data, and collaboration tools with advantages over bigger-name competition.
Microsoft bought Yammer in mid-2012, but Office 365 users have had to log into it with separate credentials.
With what-if planning capabilities, CA's PPM software can now show the cost of the road not (yet) taken
The decision to offer a lot more features for free in its mobile Office apps is Microsoft's latest attempt to attract iOS and Android users.
The move could help the cloud finance and human-resources sofware vendor win more big enterprise deals
The companies are partnering to make Word, Excel and PowerPoint more interoperable with Dropbox and Dropbox for Business
PwC will also roll out Apps to 45,000 staffers in the US and Australia
Smartsheet, whose namesake online project management app uses a spreadsheet interface, has developed a visualization tool to let its customers graph and map workgroups in their organizations for better planning and supervision.