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Microsoft will now offer two additional versions of its Microsoft Office 365 subscription service when it starts rolling out a new version sometime in mid-November.
Microsoft has announced a new version of its Office 365 cloud-based software service specifically for use by US government employees that will share government data in Microsoft's cloud servers.
Microsoft has announced it is will be offering free subscriptions of its Microsoft Office 365 service to over 4.5 million Catholic school students in schools all over the world.
While Microsoft claims that the Office 365's price cuts this week were due to making the service more efficient, analysts believe the real reason was to compete with Google Apps.
Microsoft has announced that it is cutting prices for using most of its Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based productivity software service by as much as 20 percent starting today for enterprise users.
In a new editorial and infographic, Microsoft tries to make the case that the cloud computing industry will generate nearly 14 million new jobs worldwide by the year 2015.