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Microsoft reacts to the changing world of work
"The world of work is changing extremely fast" according to Microsoft, here's how it plans to catch up in New Zealand.
Microsoft blinks, lets you transfer Office 2013 licenses
Microsoft has relented on the unreasonable terms of Office 2013 licensing, allowing transfer of a license from one PC to another.
Microsoft's pushing Office subscriptions, but why?
Cost-cutting customers are threatening Microsoft's licensing revenue as it continues to push a "rent-not-own" Office 365.
Office 365 delivers unique advantage for legal firm
Introducing new email technology into a law firm which, like many others, is largely dependent on this mode of communication for its business, can be tricky.
Different Office editions explained
After months of previews Microsoft finally announced worldwide availability of Office - we take a look at the different editions.
Better email and information access with Microsoft Office 365
For Kumeu River Wines Director Michael Brajkovich, keeping the office side of things running effortlessly just got a whole lot easier.
At work with Office 365 for Business
With Microsoft's announcing worldwide availability of Office 365, we made sure to check out the product line down at Techday Towers.
Microsoft Office 365 supports the cloud ambitions of The Heating Company
The Heating Company Director, Clare Adams shares how Office 365 has helped create business systems with greater flexiblity then ever before.
Microsoft Office 365 delivers for on-the-move environmental services company
Office 365 keeps Scrub Growers business at their fingertips.
Microsoft Office 365 reduces cost, boosts flexibility for Wellington consultants
Integral Group Director, Frank Aldridge, discusses how Microsoft Office 365 has helped The Integral Group gain mobility and save costs.
Microsoft Office 365: Yeah, that’s pretty neat
How does Microsoft make money? By selling operating system licenses, yes, and its Office productivity suite.
Microsoft releases Office 365 Home Premium
New consumer cloud service works across devices to help busy people simplify their lives and get more done.
Impending Office release slows Microsoft sales
Software manufacturer reports lowered profit as customers await the new release of Office.
Microsoft's Maori commitment during 2012
Microsoft New Zealand continues their look back at 2012, remembering their work during the past twelve months.
Microsoft NZ looks back at 2012
Software giant's Kiwi division evaluates the year 2012, documenting company highlights.
US Army recruits Microsoft
US Army, Air Force and DISA expand access to Microsoft technologies through cost-saving modernisation agreement.
Channel in focus for Microsoft
Internal staffing changes don’t signal a disinvestment in the New Zealand channel, Microsoft’s Chris Ichter tells Heather Wright.
Webjet takes off to Microsoft Cloud
Travel booking website soars embraces Office 365, Windows Azure and Windows 8.
Momentum with Microsoft according to Ballmer
CEO "feels pretty good about level of innovation" in response to shareholder questioning.
Your chance to see Office 365 in action - Nov 2012
It’s time for those that keep hearing about Microsoft Office 365 to finally understand what the software can really offer.
HP wins US$36m cloud contract
Company to move U.S. Veteran Affairs communications environment to the cloud with Microsoft Office 365, in a five-year deal.
Microsoft bags huge cloud win
Office 365 a hit with enterprises after securing Environmental Protection Agency contract.
Microsoft offers reseller roadshows
Microsoft is urging resellers to get up close and personal with Windows 8, with roadshows and reseller summits kicking off this month.
Your invite - Windows 8 & Office 2013 showcase
Software maker invites you to join them in working through the capabilities of Windows 8 and Office 2013.