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Microsoft updates SharePoint, will release mobile apps starting this quarter

Microsoft is beefing up its document-sharing platform SharePoint to steal some spotlight away from collaboration platform companies like Slack and Box, and will be introducing iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile apps, according to an article at The Wall Street Journal.

Skype for iOS update allows users to open Office docs directly in Skype

Skype users can now send and view Office documents within the Skype iOS application, according to a Skype blog post authored Tuesday.

Alcatel OneTouch unveils Windows 10 Mobile phone, despite OS's buggy start

Alcatel OneTouch unveiled on Wednesday its Fierce XL smartphone running on Windows 10 Mobile, the first vendor outside of Microsoft to launch a phone running the at times buggy mobile operating system.

Microsoft Office apps upgraded, optimized for iPad Pro

Microsoft announced Wednesday the availability of its Office apps – optimized for iOS 9's new multitasking features like Split View and Slide Over – on the iPad Pro that officially went on sale this week.

Google makes Google Apps for Work free for enterprises under contract with other providers

Google announced in a blog post today a new offer for enterprise customers that will make the Google Apps suite free for organizations still under an enterprise agreement contract with another productivity provider.

Upcoming OS X update expected to resolve stability issues with Office 2016

A recent beta update to OS X 10.11 El Capitan may finally fix the problem that has been causing many of the Office 2016 for Mac apps to crash. 

Spotlight: Microsoft acquires three apps to build out Project Online

Microsoft today announced acquisitions aimed at building Project Online, according to a blog post from the company's Office team. 

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 will include more Office, Cortana integrations

Microsoft today announced added features and integrations for the next iteration of its Dynamics CRM in an effort to boost productivity for users.

Microsoft dominates in cloud apps among enterprises, but Google hangs on to smaller businesses

After a giant surge this year, Microsoft is the leader in cloud productivity apps in the enterprise. The company took the title from the only king the space has ever known, Google Apps, in a seemingly surprising development, though the numbers begin to make sense when looking at the market on the whole.

Report: 1 major Linux migration that went awry

Workers for the city of Munich are apparently clamoring to switch back to Windows, leaving their high-end machines idle as they use their personal devices at work instead.