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Weekly #WhyMSFT Round-Up 5/25/2012

Weekly #WhyMSFT Round-Up 5/25/2012

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Each week, we round up industry news and articles you might have missed. Enjoy this week’s selections.

Vatican and Microsoft in Software Deal
The Vatican has struck a deal with Microsoft to give 43m pupils at 200,000 Roman Catholic schools in more than 100 countries access to a broad suite of the software company’s products.

National Security Protection from Office 365
Office 365-ITAR houses a special system architecture together with amended versions of Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, and Microsoft LyncTM Online.

Another TIC In The Box For Office 365?
Microsoft Office 365 data centres have two methods to support customers who own a TIC connection and wish to use Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and/or Lync Online.

The New, Improved, Office 365 Mobile Phone Offering
Today's Office 365 offering provides a more compelling offer for mobile phone users with the extra features that support integration with Lync Online, SharePoint usage and the ability to download and edit documents from a mobile phone.

Microsoft Celebrates 9.6 Million US Small Businesses with Office 365
Microsoft’s Office 365 is increasingly popular among small and medium businesses around the world, and is seeing increased adoption in the United States as well.

Microsoft Office 365 Chosen for HeartKids IT System Overhaul
According to Gibbs, who advised HeartKids on their best options, Office 365 provided far better value dollar for dollar.

U.K. Events and Hospitality Company iLUKA Prepares to Scale Up, Saves Money
The firm's large clients expect it to have enterprise-level IT systems, with high standards of security, privacy, reliability and resilience. "Maximizing data security and minimizing risk are among our top priorities," Chapman said.


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