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In the November 2017 update to Power BI Desktop, the company adds more options to help users gain insights faster from massive or slow sources of data.
A Spiceworks survey shows that Microsoft Office remains the dominant productivity suite in businesses, but that the shift to cloud computing has allowed Google to win significant market share.
Cisco and Dun & Bradstreet shared exhibit space with smaller companies like Mavenlink at the Dreamforce conference with a common goal of showing what they bring to make the Salesforce CRM system better.
A survey by multinational enterprise software company Sage Group looked at how people view artificial intelligence and its potential impact on their lives.
The new features add to a platform of capabilities that allow end users to access and share content stored in a wide range of on-premises and cloud-based content repositories and critical business systems.
Microsoft 365 Business, which includes Windows, Office and device management capabilities, is a one-stop cloud productivity suites for small and mid-sized businesses.
Letting go can be tough. A new Spiceworks survey finds that most businesses are running older, sometimes unsupported versions of Microsoft Office.
Just in time for its massive Dreamforce conference, Salesforce is set to announce several enhancements to its product line, including myEinstein, myTrailhead, myLightning and the Quip collaboration platform.
The latest batch of Microsoft Office updates includes a built-in translator in Word and search capabilities that help users connect with co-workers and their shared content.
Synopsys buys the open-source management and security platform vendor in an effort to grow its software integrity business.
The new Spark Assistant is based on the technology Cisco acquired when it bought MindMeld earlier this year.
Microsoft's newly released Power BI Report Servers now allows businesses to host their own reports in house rather than on Microsoft's cloud.