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Microsoft announced in February that it was starting to upgrade users to its new Outlook.com experience, built on Office 365. So far, over 175 million have been upgraded - but there's some way to go.
Microsoft has reported its latest quarterly financial results, including a 61% rise in Surface revenue, and solid growth in Office and cloud services - but a massive 46% slide in phone revenue.
As promised late last year, Microsoft has begun to send out free Office 365 Personal redemptions to users who are close to or beyond the OneDrive storage limits recently brought into effect.
While some have speculated that it will only be available for Office 365 subscribers, it turns out that Microsoft is currently looking to sell Outlook Premium as a separate subscription service.
Essentially a news feed of 3rd party services like Twitter and GitHub, Connectors combines with Outlook Groups to create a centralized workspace for richer team collaboration.
Google for Work customers will now be able to sign into more cloud services, including Office 365, Facebook at Work and Slack with their Google accounts as identity platform gets expanded.
Microsoft has announced a flurry of new features, and geographic expansion of previously announced changes for users of its Skype for Business service in Office 365 around the world.
The new service builds on Windows 10's security features with cloud-based analytics and intelligence, to help enterprises "detect, investigate and respond to advanced attacks on their networks."
After first announcing its major upgrade to Outlook.com last May, Microsoft has now brought the new version of its webmail service out of preview, and will roll it out worldwide in the coming weeks.
Microsoft mistakenly capped some users' OneDrive accounts to 1TB - rendering some of their files read-only - despite promising them a one-year 'grace period' before imposing its new storage limit.
Microsoft has released its latest Office preview build for those signed up to its Insider Program, bringing a range of new features, including a new dark theme in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
As Microsoft continue to transition users to the Office 365 platform, it is now making it easier for small and medium businesses to switch, by opening up its FastTrack customer services programme.
The Linx 7 Windows tablet is usually priced at just under £80 in the UK, but it's currently available for £49.99, and comes with a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription, worth £59.99.
While everyone's attention was focused on the new insider build of Windows 10 Redstone, Microsoft went ahead and also pushed a new Insider build for Office users, which is also available on Mac.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and its President, Brad Smith, have announced the donation of $1 billion in cloud services to 70,000 nonprofits and NGOs around the world over the next three years.
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Owners of Microsoft's new Windows 10 Mobile flagships can now claim a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription in various markets, including the United States, the UK, France and Germany.
Microsoft has announced the acquisition of management, reporting and analytics technology from Event Zero, which it plans to integrate into its existing Skype for Business offering.
We're giving away a Linx 7 Windows tablet, which includes a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription, along with a Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard, compatible with Windows, iOS and Android!
Microsoft's Surface 3 - including models with 4G LTE connectivity - are now available with up to £60 off their regular price, and come with a one-year Office 365 Personal subscription worth £59.99.
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Microsoft says that the ability to edit Office documents in Continuum mode on Windows 10 Mobile is available only as a 'trial' until March 31, 2016 - after which an Office 365 sub will be required.
The three new Office 365 plans which were introduced by Microsoft for new small and mid-size business customers last year, are now available for existing customers as well.
Microsoft has unveiled its PowerApps service, which allows individuals to create highly polished business applications, without the need for extensive technical or coding knowledge.
An Office 365 Personal subscription costs £59.99 in the UK - but for £39.99, you can now get a Linx 7 Windows 8.1 tablet (and a free upgrade to Windows 10, of course), with the Office sub included.
Microsoft's Office 365 Personal subscription is usually priced at $69.99 per year - but it's currently available with a 79% discount, along with a free one-year Webroot AntiVirus subscription.
The Surface 3 is now even more affordable in the UK, as it's currently available from just under £400, with a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription and three-month NOW TV Entertainment Pass.
Microsoft has acquired long-term partner and security firm Secure Islands. The company says the acquisition will ensure customers are being provided with global protection and compliance standards.
The Work & Play Bundle includes one-year subscriptions to Office 365 Home, Xbox Live Gold, Skype Unlimited World + Wi-Fi and Microsoft Assure Software Support, along with a £40 Windows Store voucher.
Microsoft is dropping unlimited OneDrive storage, because a "small number of users" used too much storage. Indeed, the explanation it's given for the changes appears to make very little sense.
Microsoft has published its latest quarterly financial results, revealing sizeable declines in phone and Surface revenue, but huge growth for its Azure platform, which more than doubled year-on-year.
Microsoft has announced that it is rolling out new features including Praise and Favorites for Office Delve users in order to boost organizational productivity in a healthy environment.
Microsoft has announced that Outlook users will soon be able to "like" conversations and use @Mentions to send emails on its web version, while the desktop clients will get the features a bit later.
Due to the size of the upcoming iPad Pro, the big new tablet will require Office users to pay for an Office 365 subscription. This is in stark contrast to other iOS devices released to date.
Microsoft has announced that those who have both Office 2010 or earlier and Windows 10 installed can get Office 365 Personal for $35, a 50% discount which includes all of the Office 2016 apps.
If you are currently using Office 365 Personal and up, you will now be able to upgrade to the Office 2016 bits which include major updates for the whole suite of applications as well as touch support.
Microsoft has delivered an assortment of tech related goodies to 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed, which includes a Surface Pro 3, a Microsoft Band, a copy of Office 365 and more.
The Redmond giant has announced that it plans to acquire VoloMetrix, a leading company in organizational analytics, in an effort to drive productivity on services like Office 365.
A year ago, Microsoft trailed Google's market share by over 50%, now the Redmond Company is leading the way with its Office 365 as the number one cloud-based office productivity software.
Microsoft is preparing to launch the next version of its Office productivity suite on the 22nd of September according to the company's internal document which was leaked earlier today.
The Italian municipality of Pesaro says it will save up to 80% a year on IT costs by returning to Microsoft Office, after its open source software deployment ended up costing far more than expected.
Neowin member Ian S. has posted a number of screenshots and detailed new features coming to 'Outlook on the web', the new name for the Outlook Web App and Outlook.com.
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Microsoft has activated plug-in support in Outlook for Uber, PayPal, Evernote and more. Microsoft has also announced future partners : IFTTT, Yelp and Wunderlist.
Tomorrow (July 31) is the last day on which you'll be able to buy the Lumia 640 or Lumia 735 in the US with a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription, as the launch offer comes to an end.
Online task automation service, IFTTT, has announced that users will now be able to create recipes that integrate with various Office 365 channels such as OneDrive, Mail, Calendar and Contacts.
After already being allowed to save documents in Dropbox, a new plug-in by Google allows you to save and sync Microsoft Office files using the company's cloud service.
Microsoft scored a big win yesterday when it announced that GE was becoming an Office 365 customer. General Electric wants to distribute the productivity suite to all of its employees.