Microsoft is moving all of its Hotmail users to Outlook.com by this summer. Here's what the hundreds of millions still using Hotmail need to know about the transition.
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Microsoft is allowing third-party storage vendors like Box, Dropbox and others to integrate directly with Office Online, Office for iOS and the new Outlook.com.
Microsoft is readying a new learning app -- a preview of which is coming later this year -- that will be part of its Teams service. It will help users access and manage their learning content in a single place.
Microsoft is planning to migrate its Skype for Business Online users to Microsoft Teams, but maybe not in the way and timeframe some were thinking.
Microsoft has rolled out new updates to its native OneNote for iPad and iPhone releases.
Microsoft has made available for download the second service packs for Office 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010.
Microsoft's Outlook apps for iOS and Android will now include the ability to integrate with to-do lists, tasks and events from other apps like Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist.
Got questions about Microsoft Teams, the company's just-announced team-collaboration alternative to Slack? Here are a few answers.
Microsoft's Skype Qik video chat app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone is going away as of March 24. A number of its features are now part of Skype itself.
Microsoft is phasing out Skype Managed Accounts as of March 29. Officials have started notifying those with managed accounts as of today, February 16.