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Microsoft has opened the public beta doors to Office 365, its Web-hosted versions of key business software like Office, SharePoint, and Lync Server. It also announced a new Marketplace for Office 365, a place for trusted third-parties to offer more apps and services to Office 365 customers.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in a patent case involving Microsoft.
Patent attorneys and inventors of all types are closely watching a Microsoft case that the U.S. Supreme Court will start to consider on Monday.
Microsoft has issued an update for Office 2008, bringing security and stability enhancements as well as a few application-specific fixes.
Microsoft has officially released Office 2011 for Mac Service Pack 1, bringing a number of enhancements and improvements to its suite of productivity software.
The weekly publication focused on all things business is now available as a multimedia iPad magazine, complete with exclusive video interviews, a customizable back-issue archive, and a subscription plan that's cheaper than the print edition.
Intuit has warned users of its tax preparation software to be aware of identity theft scams in the wake of a major breach at marketing firm Epsilon.
Since Office 2011's release last fall, we've been waiting for the suite to support OS X's Sync Services. Now it does. But you still won't be able to sync Outlook calendars, contacts, and tasks to MobileMe.
SugarCRM bought a vendor of customer relationship management software for IBM Lotus Notes, while adding social CRM features for the iPad and other devices.
Brainshark has unveiled features for its video presentation service to create a more interactive experience for smartphone users.
Online storage and backup service Mozy has released its iPhone app, which allows customers to remotely browse, search, download, or even share files from all of their backed up computers.
Cortado Workplace is the first app on the App Store to provide protected encryption for the iPhone and iPad.