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Microsoft’s ‘One Cloud For All Your Purposes’ Or Future Cloud Services Of 2015

October 1, 2014

One cloud for all Cloud services are getting bigger. The new Dynamic CRM app currently under Microsoft’s caring development promises to meet all the businesses expectations in the nearest future. There will also be some updates with MS Dynamic CRM Online as well as MS Dynamic Marketing service. All that effort will be put to meet one goal. Providence of a unique single cloud platform …

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3D Builder App For Mass 3D Printing Released By Microsoft

December 25, 2013

Microsoft announced earlier this year that Windows 8.1 would support 3D-printing and recently the company released the 3D Builder app for Windows 8.1 available for free in Windows Store. By this gesture Microsoft probably aims to bring 3D printers to general public and to encourage their consumers’ growth. Microsoft claims that 3D printing is native to the OS and understands specified file formats and allows …

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Microsoft reveals a single ecosystem for PCs, phones, tablets and TVs

December 8, 2011

The Term IT Ecosystem Actually the term IT Ecosystem is aimed at senior IT and business executives, but Forrester's usage of this term is somewhat new. IT Ecosystem is also used in reference to the relations between the core technology vendors such as Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and IBM and majority of complementary service and product providers which coexist with these major vendors. The concept of …

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Microsoft compiler now has a secret code. Is it a necessity or just a whim?

October 31, 2011

Microsoft decided to put an early code for its “compiler-as-a-service“. The project was created for Visual Basic and C#, the code lets programmers hook into the application building process. Code, named Roslyn, the program included Microsoft full rewriting the earlier compilers for VBA and C#, starting from C++ to common Visual Basic and well-known C#, at the same time. The process of preparing code on …

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Microsoft Releases Forefront Identity Manager In Beta

August 5, 2011

The post of Forefront Identity Manager states that there is a new beta version available for download of the next Microsoft’s FIM. The Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 beta may be downloaded via website of the Microsoft Connect. According to Microsoft the upcoming release comprises of the following features: Historic reporting deploying integration to the data warehouse of System Center Service Manager Credential management along …

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Microsoft raises OS share to 78.6% thanks to Windows 7

May 3, 2011

Microsoft’s Windows brought to 78.6% of operating system revenue all over the world in 2010, up almost a complete percentage point, in spite of increase in Mac desktops and Linux servers by Gartner analysis. Gartner’s new analysis reckon up the income for both desktop and server operating systems all over the world, comparing Microsoft to Apple, Oracle, HP, IBM and Red Hat.

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Microsoft Announces Record Third-Quarter Results

May 2, 2011

On 29 of april, 2011 Microsoft Corporation announced $16.43 billion of third-quarter revenue for the quarter that ended March 31, 2011, it presents a 13% growth as compared with the same period of the prior year. Net income, diluted earnings and operating income per share for were $5.23 billion, $0.61 and $5.71 billion per share, that represent increases of 31%, 36% and 10%, accordingly, if …

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Microsoft Declares Free Accessibility Tools and Training for Developers

April 18, 2011

On 18 March Microsoft Corporation declared the current availability of Microsoft Accessibility Tools and Training. It is a package of free online training tools, courses and other resources to aid software developers all over the world to design technology websites, services and products which are available for people with disabilities and to empower business leaders to take more strategic technology decisions. The announcement was made …

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