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Microsoft Teams Gets Major Upgrade, Gartner’s AI Predictions, More News

Microsoft Teams Gets Major Upgrade, Gartner's AI Predictions, More News

We have looked in some detail over the past few months at Slack, Slack’s upcoming IPO and Slack’s efforts to improve the platform and raise the stakes in the collaboration space. But Slack is not the only one that has been working to improve its offering. Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft has

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What You Need to Know About Microsoft Retention and Sensitivity Labels

What You Need to Know About Microsoft Retention and Sensitivity Labels

Despite the recent spate of interest in privacy and security in the consumer realm, these concerns extend beyond the personal realm. Organizations are increasingly cognizant of the need to protect sensitive information and to retain important information for business purposes.

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Microsoft Launches Free AI Business School for Execs

Microsoft Launches Free AI Business School for Execs

Machine learning and, more broadly, artificial intelligence (AI) have become the tech industry's most important trends over the past 18 months. And despite the hype and, to some extent, fear surrounding the technology, many businesses are now embracing AI at an impressive speed.

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Why Microsoft Doesn’t Want You to Buy Office 2019

Why Microsoft Doesn't Want You to Buy Office 2019

Microsoft launched Office 2019 late last year, but the new ad campaign makes it pretty clear the company would really prefer that you didn’t buy it. Instead, Microsoft’s latest twins challenge ads, which pits Office 2019 and Office 365 against each other by having three sets of identical twins

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What Is Microsoft Kaizala?

What Is Microsoft Kaizala?

If you've never heard Microsoft Kaizala, you aren’t alone. But, depending on where you live, it may already be part of the Office 365 subscription you own.  What is Kaizala? Well, it's sort of like the business version of WhatsApp, the wildly-popular messaging app now owned by Facebook.

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