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  • Blog Post: OneDrive delivers unlimited cloud storage to Office 365 subscribers

    In case you're wondering how this announcement relates to Business Subscriptions of Office 365, check out the FAQ here , and note the following: If you subscribe to one of these plans and want to be among the first to have unlimited storage rolled more
  • Blog Post: Owning your data in Office 365

    In the spirit of helping pass along good information for your O365 efforts, I thought the following was a good articulation of the sensitive issue of your data being stored in O365. What does it mean to own your data in Office 365? How we aim to raise more
  • Blog Post: Cross domain calls to the parent CRM 2011 form

    I’ve spoken to some folks recently who built solutions using CRM 4.0 and were fond of the ability to put custom ASP.NET (aspx) pages in the ISV folder.  As of CRM 2011, this is a deprecated feature. This has caused a bit of heartache and frustration with those fond of the feature.  The CRM...
  • Blog Post: A Walk-through for Trying Office 365

    This post walks you through the simple steps and screens to sign up (try) for Office 365 for professionals and small businesses (for free for 30 days).   1. Visit the Microsoft Office 365 site here or , and click “Get the trial” button on the screen(s).   2. Complete the sign...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Division to Make Announcement, June 28, 2011

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will announce news detailing the latest on Office 365 on Tuesday, June 28, at 10 a.m. EDT / 7 a.m. PDT. Watch the webcast here .  
  • Blog Post: Channel 9 Video: February 2011 Developer Dinner Office 365 & SharePoint Online

        Ashish Jaiman, ISV Architect Evangelist, presents on Office 365 and SharePoint Online
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office 365 Beta Available to the Public

    Microsoft Office 365 is a subscription service. Office 365 has plans for professionals and small businesses, midsize businesses and enterprises, and education . Tony Bradley at PCWorld writes, “There is a lot to like about the cloud-based suite, but one of the most compelling features of the service...
  • Blog Post: What is Microsoft’s New Office 365?

    Office 365 brings familiar applications, including Office desktop software and Office Web Apps, together with SharePoint, Exchange and Lync in the cloud for the first time. Check out this Channel9 video for more detail.
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