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On Nov. 12, Office 365 provider Microsoft revealed to the media what appeared to be unexpected news: Steven Sinofsky, former president of the Windows Division at the company from July 2009, has left the company.
The opening of the Customer Immersion Experience at the P&T LuxGSM Business Centre ,will offer users and IT decision-makers the possibility to test the latest Microsoft technologies live including Windows, Office 365, Exchange, Lync, SharePoint and Windows Phone 8.
SherWeb, a cloud services provider specializing in Microsoft technologies such as Hosted Exchange, SharePoint, Office 365 and Lync, has recently expanded its partnership with Ingram Micro to help resellers in the U.S and Canada. In fact, the company has just launched a new co-branded distribution model to Ingram Micro resellers, designed to address the issues associated with customer support.
Despite the aggressive push by Microsoft for its users to adopt its cloud computing services including Office 365, a lot of people are still opting for the boxed copy. If by any chance you are one of these people who still feel apprehensive about paying for a cloud service that you are not yet comfortable with, we have good news for you. Microsoft has decided to reward anyone buying the boxed copy of Office 2010 with a free upgrade to Office 2013. The free upgrade will only be applicable if you bought Office 2010 between October 19, 2012 and April 30, 2013.
TrainSignal, a provider of a wide range of computer training packages covering Microsoft, Cisco, Citrix, CompTIA, VMware and Microsoft Office, recently released its SharePoint 2010 Integrating with Office 365 training, available for just $147.