Tag: Australia

8
Aug

Windows to go: Windows 8 in a pen drive

The idea might sound too innovative for a conservative company like Microsoft but it is true that you will be able to use the new Windows 8 Operating System not only through your hard disk but also your pen or thumb drive. Very recently, officials from Microsoft demonstrated a feature of Windows 8 named “Windows…

7
Aug

New Version Of Microsoft Exchange Server Due Out Soon

Microsoft has recently rolled out the public preview version of Office 2013. This is the latest version of Microsoft Office, and will be highly focused on cloud services. A major part of the experience is Exchange Server 2013. This has been available to some testers for quite some time, but is now available to the…

6
Aug

CompTIA sees technology spending increasing

As it has for many years, the use of technology by small to medium businesses is on the rise. A CompTIA (an IT industry association) study has reported findings showing that even micro businesses are looking for ways to utilize the current trends in technology to improve productivity in the workplace. For instance, seven out…

5
Aug

Do you have your Outlook.com address yet?

Introducing Outlook.com Microsoft has recently announced that the end of Hotmail is near and the dawn of a new emailing system, known as Outlook, is almost here. Hotmail was first introduced way back in 1996 and sparked a revolution. A revolution where people could have their own email addresses for life that were completely independent…

3
Aug

Pinterest: A new social media platform to promote business

Pinterest is one of the newest social media sites that have managed to gain an immense popularity within a very short since its launch and now it is considered as a gem among all social media sites. This is an intuitive site that allows the users to upload and share images, videos or links that…

2
Aug

Great new features can be found inside Microsoft Office 2013

The wait for Microsoft Office 2013 comes to an end very soon. Although the software giant Microsoft hasn’t made any announcements about the possible release date and price of the upcoming version of office suite, we are certain to get the much awaited office 2013 within a few months. Most of the reviews and insights…

1
Aug

Microsoft Scheduled to End Support for Microsoft Office 2003 and Windows XP

With Windows 8 and Office 2013 on the horizon, Microsoft has announced that it will be ending support for Office 2003 and Windows XP. The reason for this is because the Support Lifecycle Policy, which was brought in in 2002, is ending. The policy outlined that Microsoft would provide a minimum of 10 years of…

31
Jul

The 2013 Coming of SharePoint, Office, and Exchange

Monday the 16th of July saw the latest version of Office 365 being previewed for avid customers. But only one day later it was announced that there will be trials available for the highly anticipated 2013 products Microsoft SharePoint, Project, Visio, Lync, Exchange, Office Web Apps Servicer, and Office Professional Plus. Confusion During the launch…

30
Jul

Apple to Mountain Lion users: “Tell us who your friends are if you want to talk to us.”

by Paul Ducklin from Sophos Naked Security An alert Naked Security reader and Mountain Lion early adopter has pointed us at a quirky new twist in the licensing conditions in Apple’s latest OS update. Roger (not his real name) from South Australia (not his real location) grew up with IT at around the same time I did….

30
Jul

Microsoft Office 2013 Launched For Business To Try Out

Almost everything that Microsoft has released thus far in 2012 seems to revolve around the new Windows 8 operating system. The new Surface table PC will give users an optimal Windows 8 experience. Internet Explorer 10 works best on Windows 8 enabled machines, etc. Now, there’s Microsoft Office 2013. On July 16, 2012, Microsoft CEO…

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