The bizarre moral of my migration story: I would actually face fewer service interruptions and more service continuity for my existing mission-critical Google services if I switched to Microsoft Office.
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Now that he's sewn up the nomination, will we see the real Mitt Romney? Do we know who the "real" Mitt Romney is? Does even Mitt Romney, anymore, know who the "real" Mitt Romney is?
I cannot over-emphasize how important good support is, especially when you can no longer lay your own hands on the server. I also can't over-emphasize how impressed I've become with Microsoft's support for Office 365.
LinkedIn has enormous value as the store house of professional relationships. Here's what Microsoft needs to do to preserve that value, especially when it comes to Microsoft's competitors.
PowerPoint may be the go-to presentation tool for professional presenters and educators. But if you have a ton of slides, Microsoft does very little to help out — except remove a few helpful features.
The Microsoft Surface RT doesn't seem to fit any one target customer profile particularly well. In this in-depth analysis, former product marketing director David Gewirtz subjects the Surface RT to a series of product marketing questions and comes away concerned.
When customers dread installing your software, you've got some serious problems. David Gewirtz has some complaints.
We're seeing, embodied in Kinect Sports, how some of its capabilities can be stretched, but can't be made to fit all physical activities.
It's often easy to blame Microsoft for every flaw and failing in our Windows update experience. The fault, dear reader, may not be in the updates, but in our own installs.
ZDNet's David Gewirtz explores the offerings provided by Office 365 and shares with you, after a year of use, what aspects of the service proved to be valuable and what aspects proved to be either annoying or baffling.