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May, 2010

  • University of Arizona Picks Microsoft's Cloud

    Today we are proud to announce that the University of Arizona has selected Microsoft Online as the messaging and collaboration platform for all faculty and staff. Earlier in the month I highlighted the fact that 10,000 institutions on every continent...
  • New Zealand Rugby Union picks Microsoft Cloud

    If you've never seen the NZ All Blacks Rugby Haka, it's truly one of the great events in any competitive sport. (see video below). So we are proud this week to announce a win for BPOS with The New Zealand Rugby Union. As one of New Zealand’s...
  • Why are Businesses Leaving Google Apps?

    Security Concerns. Hidden Costs. Document Fidelity. Marketing Hype. No Support. Lack of Roadmap. Oh My! (NOTE: this is a duplicate entry from previous week due to blog platform migration at Microsoft) These are a few of the reasons that the...
  • Technical Computing in the cloud

      Earlier today Bill Hilf blogged about Microsoft’s Technical Computing initiative and Bob Muglia sent an executive email on the topic. So what is the Technical Computing initiative? I think Bob captured it nicely by positing that recent world events...
  • Andrew Who?

    My name is Andrew Kisslo and I am Sr. Product Manager with Microsoft Online. I've recently joined the Cloud Services Expert blog roll and am really excited about the opportunity to share my thoughts and insights about Microsoft's cloud strategy. ...
  • Microsoft won't dominate the cloud…but

    Rob Preston, VP and Editor in Chief of InformationWeek offers an interesting assessment of Microsoft’s cloud capability and closes by saying Microsoft won't dominate the cloud -- no company will ... it's just too big a place -- but it will be the preeminent...