There’s a lot of sensitive data contained in Office documents - so it makes sense to take care of it
US Cyber agency offers best practice for configuring Microsoft Office 365 to secure employees working from home
The business used multiple suppliers and a spread of third-party support agreements, some of which had expired
Microsoft customers believe that they are always protected; the truth is much more varied
Office 365 is popular, but experts agree that even the top tier should be bolstered by third party systems
Skype for Business Server hasn't been discussed for some time
Without proactive management of SaaS applications, organisations face rising fees and increased exposure to compliance risks, says Matt Fisher
High uptake and Office 365 integration led global hotel search company to opt for Dropbox over rivals
Putting all your applications in one cloud can leave your organisation exposed, warns Bricknell
Down, down, down again?
But desktop market share still lags at 23 per cent
Hardware giant dumps former partner Salesforce
Apple users forced to look elsewhere with shutdown of the iOS app by Microsoft next week
Build 2016: Starbucks uses Microsoft Office Add-ins to capitalise on 'hyperconnected' caffeine addicts
Now you can book a Starbucks business meeting - and pre-order your latte
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"There now needs to be an expectation of outage, rather than uptime" comments Mimecast
Apologises via blog, but is the damage done?
Hundreds take to Twitter as Microsoft service page insists 'no known issues'
Will digital cost-saving help Britain's first new bank in 100 years to climb back into the black?
Orlando Scott-Cowley, cyber security specialist at Mimecast, explains the pros and cons of moving email into the cloud
We examine the implications of the European Court of Justice's ruling that Safe Harbour is invalid
Some new bells and whistles, but mostly just a solid cloud-based update
World's largest thread manufacturer terminated IBM data centre contract and Cammish warns SAP that it could be next on the chopping block
Coats plc CIO Richard Cammish says that at least 1,000 of its mobile users will be moving to Windows 10