Getting started on cloud CRM

Brought to you by Fuji Xerox To many small organisations, embarking on a customer relationship management (CRM) initiative often means hefty investments in IT with uncertain returns. That has changed with cloud computing, which has put CRM software within the reach of most small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). CRM, which includes sales and service Continue Reading

Surfacing your business's contact and local info in Google

Webmaster level: All Every day, searchers use Google to find information about businesses. Common queries include finding the phone number for customer service, the location of a business, and opening hours. This information is typically found in a business’s location page or a “contact us” section of a company’s website. Continue Reading

App Indexing updates

Webmaster Level: Advanced In October, we announced guidelines for App Indexing for deep linking directly from Google Search results to your Android app. Thanks to all of you that have expressed interest. We’ve just enabled 20+ additional applications that users will soon see app deep links for in Search Results, Continue Reading

Windows Management Framework V5 Preview

Title: Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview One goal of management is to simplify creating and operating computing environments.  In Windows Server 2012 R2 we introduced two new standards-based technologies to achieve that: Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration and Certified for Windows Network Switches.  Both of these generated a lot of Continue Reading

Windows Server 2012 R2 Update is now available to subscribers

As we mentioned back in February, Microsoft has been working on an update to Windows Server 2012 R2 in conjunction with an update to Windows 8.1.  Today we are providing Windows Server 2012 R2 Update to MSDN and TechNet subscribers and it will be generally available through Windows Update starting Continue Reading

Shutting down Ubuntu One file services

U1, Ubuntu One Today we are announcing plans to shut down the Ubuntu One file services.  This is a tough decision, particularly when our users rely so heavily on the functionality that Ubuntu One provides.  However, like any company, we want to focus our efforts on our most important strategic Continue Reading