Winston Churchill once said that “to improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”
Indeed, after three years, it’s time for a change for the Why Microsoft Blog.
As the cloud grows in popularity, Office 365 has become a showcase for Microsoft’s commitment to improving access to productivity, collaboration, and communication from anywhere. Our strong readership is proof of the growing interest in compelling views and case studies that show why Microsoft is the best choice for business productivity. At the same time, we know that our audience wants to keep up with the latest news about Office 365, including new features, capabilities, and updates.
That’s why we’re bringing together the content you want into one, convenient place.
Starting Monday, Why Microsoft blog posts will shift over to the Microsoft Office 365 blog. You’ll still be able to read about how Office 365 stacks up against other solutions on the market. Plus, you’ll have access to more customer stories and the latest Office 365 announcements.
Please note that while the Why Microsoft blog will be moving, you can still look for great content about what differentiates Microsoft from the competition on the Why Microsoft website.
A big thank you to our readers for following the Why Microsoft blog these past years, for your insightful questions and comments, and for your active participation on Twitter. You are the best, and we hope to continue to hear from you.
Please take a moment to bookmark the Microsoft Office 365 blog and/or subscribe to the RSS feed so you can follow the Why Microsoft blog to its new home. We look forward to seeing you there!
Lame. Watering down content by moving this blog over to the Office 365 blog. I loved the hard hitting posts that now will be marketing fluff. . . .
@Bob: Glad to hear from a loyal reader. As stated above, our plan is to continue to offer our customers the same relevant content they've enjoyed on the Why Microsoft blog plus keep them up-to-date on Office 365 updates and announcements as they occur. Since you like the Why Microsoft blog, I'm sure you will like the Office 365 blog as well. We'd love to hear what you think once you've given it a try.