Microsoft continues to add new features into its Microsoft 365 apps for enterprise, helping to further empower remote workers and organizations. This week, the company has announced the general availability of two new features, including extended offline access and device-based subscriptions.
If Windows 7 will finally reach end of support in January 2020, Microsoft has quietly announced a limited-time offer that will allow select enterprise customers to enjoy free extended security updates for an additional year.
Today, Dell announced that it has teamed up with Google to offer a first lineup of Latitude Chromebook Enterprise devices, combining a trusted brand in the enterprise world with an OS that can now rival Windows and macOS in terms of versatility.
Microsoft has opened two new Azure datacenters in South Africa, located in Cape Town and Johannesburg, giving organizations within the country easier access to the Microsoft Cloud, which includes Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365
The US Department of Defense announced last week last week that it has signed a five-year $1.76 billion deal with Microsoft, in which Redmond will provide enterprise services for the Department of Defense (DoD), Coast Guard, and intelligence community.
With Microsoft tweaking its business model to becoming primarily a cloud services based company, tuning their gaming division to justify its expenditures under cloud streaming efforts only benefits gamers in the long run.