This week's Dreamforce 2014 kicked off with a Microsoft announcement. That fact alone reveals how dominant Salesforce has become in recent months.
It's obvious enough that the current system of attaching files to emails in such a way that they can only become accessible by opening them through the operating system has been dangerous for over a decade-and-a-half and has to be replaced.
Screenshots and other details of the next version of Microsoft Office have leaked, which various minor tweaks--and the retention of the ribbon interface.
Box says it will offer unlimited storage to its lower-cost Business plan, and announced upcoming plans to integrate more closely with Microsoft's Office 365.
Putter Panda, a Chinese hacking group suspected of having ties to the People's Liberation Army, has been carrying out a multi-year industrial espionage campaign against the U.S. defense industry and European satellite and aerospace industries, according to security firm Crowdstrike.
After years of delay, Microsoft finally unveiled a version of its ubiquitous Office suite for the iPad. So can we now use the iPad as our primary electronic work tool?
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may be preparing to take the wraps off the long-rumored Microsoft Office on iPad suite at a press event on March 27, according to separate reports on ZDNet and The Verge.
Removing admin rights from employees would mitigate most critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft enterprise software, according to a study by privilege management firm Avecto.
Microsoft plans to deliver Service Pack (SP) 1 for Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013 in the early part of 2014, or about 13 months after the debut of Office 2013 in January 2013.
Microsoft is warning about attackers targeting a zero-day vulnerability in a graphics component that impacts Windows, Office and Lync and issued an interim "Fix-It" workaround until a comprehensive solution is ready.