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New Microsoft Office: Cloud? Check. Social? Check

Microsoft showed the next version of Office on Monday, which is 'built for the cloud,' according to CEO Steve Ballmer

Microsoft introduces Office As-A-Service

Office 15 will launch with integrated Skype and a reader mode for Word

Microsoft ratchets up channel incentives

Software giant also releases cloud-ready products under Windows 8

Microsoft releases the shackles from Office 365 partners

Office 365 can be one of the most competitive weapons in the cloud market

Using cloud to resolve power issues

Data security and integration are still challenges facing users

Cloud backup vendor offers new Canadian channel program

After including only home-based consumer backup products in its reseller program, the Boston-based vendor is adding SMB products to its VAR offerings

Seven steps for running on-premise cloud like a business

The IT economic environment is moving to an ultra-centralized, dynamic, shared infrastructure with high return on capital and a fundamentally indirect cost structure

Red Hat bets on Open Hybrid Cloud

Linux developer outlined three options for leveraging the cloud

Cisco adds cloud features to new SMB router

The unit is aimed to provide a wired-to-wireless bridge for devices like TVs, game consoles, etc., but could also be used to provide Internet connectivity for notebooks and desktops.

Canadian cloud vendor updates channel program

Asigra announces first tiered cloud backup certification program

What you really need to know about cloud security

How secure is the cloud? IT pros speak uprn

Salesforce says concept of private cloud is fundamentally flawed

JP Rangaswami says if you're not sharing costs, it ain't cloud

Peer 1 Hosting launches on-demand HPC Cloud

New cloud service provides on-demand access and pay-as-you go pricing for Canadian channelrnrnrnrn

Bite-sized cloud chunks more digestible: HP

HP has announced some key new pieces to its cloud strategy, including consultation services and the public beta for its public cloud

Salesforce.com: Less cloud, more social

The on-demand CRM vendor brought it roadshow to Toronto to explain how social is changing business software

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