The 2017 Microsoft Build conference held this week in Seattle, is arguably the most important yet for Microsoft and for the rest of the global technology industry. The conference, targeting software developers, paints an accurate picture of the latest tech trends and a clear indication of the path that technology is going. The keynote by Microsoft Chief, Satya Nadella was a highlight of the event.
The future is here and is now!
In an announcement that came out of Redmond this week, Microsoft is making a big push for standalone users to move over to Office 365 by cutting off certain services to them. Continue reading
Microsoft Bookings, Office 365’s newest service that helps organizations schedule appointments with customers is now available under a couple of more Office 365 subscription plans as announced this week by Microsoft. Continue reading
As recently announced by outgoing AU Chairperson recently, Africa now has its own ‘digital identity’, in the form of a .africa domain name. This is exciting news as this is a step in the right direction to encourage budding and existing African entrepreneurs to put our domain on the world stage. Continue reading
The premium ad-free version of Microsoft’s Outlook.com e-mail service that offers personal addresses that can be shared by five people is now generally available.
In a landmark announcement, Bing and Google will now make ‘pirate’ links harder to find. Continue reading
The marriage between Office 365 and Azure continues
One of the ways that Microsoft is now providing extra value to its customers is by giving Office 365 subscribers a free Azure AD subscription. Through this feature Office 365 admins can now use Azure AD to create and manage user accounts.