Because the end is listless, this edition of Short Takes looks at a bizarre Microsoft lawsuit, Microsoft’s privacy ah-ha moment, Xbox fears, and more.
Fiat Chrysler announced today that it has partnered with Google to bring Android to its car dashboards. The move appears unrelated to Google’s Android Auto solution.
Because it’s the end of the year as we know it, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft, the would-be trillion-dollar company.
Even the people who hold your computer hostage with ransomware were running holiday discounts. Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss this and other random topics on their weekly SharePoint podcast.
Because it’s beginning to snark a lot like Christmas, this edition of Short Takes focuses on a series of headline riffs for the holidays.
Because 3 degrees is a terrible temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius, this edition of Short Takes focuses this week’s news about Microsoft and the tech industry.
Because I can still hear Marc Benioff screaming, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft’s LinkedIn acquisition, a new Premium Assurance offer for enterprises, the U.S. Supreme Court rules for Samsung, and so much more.
Because it’s December all of a sudden and what the heck, this edition of Short Takes focuses Microsoft’s LinkedIn acquisition, Windows 10 usage, faux outrage at the Microsoft shareholder meeting, and more.
Because it’s a short Thanksgiving work week here in the U.S., this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft’s inadvertently racist email newsletter, Facebook selling its soul, and much more.
Because The Netherlands is perfect and you can’t make me leave, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft joining the Linux Foundation, a US examination of Russia’s LinkedIn ban, and more.
Because queso tater tots are the perfect food, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Steve Ballmer’s falling out with Bill Gates, Slack’s stupid Microsoft ad, Microsoft’s Edge failures, and so much more.
Apple sold fewer iPhones in the previous quarter than it did a year ago, the third quarterly decline in a row. But iPhone sales beat estimates, and the firm earned an astonishing $47 billion in revenues.
Microsoft has a patchy history with offline synchronization for its OneDrive platform. The new synchronization client in Windows 10 is a big improvement, and it was recently announced at Ignite that a preview of the client now provides support for synchronizing SharePoint libraries, which will eventually free organizations from the terrible legacy Groove software that’s currently required.