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Microsoft Teams users get license-free access to Dynamics 365 data

Microsoft is removing what's been called a "licensing tax" to encourage wider access to sales and customer service data via the Teams collaboration app. But integration remains a work in progress, says analyst.

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Zoho brings business intelligence to the mass market

Zoho's new business intelligence suite puts deep, data-driven business insights within reach of many smaller enterprises.

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What's in the latest Firefox update? 90 unblocks Facebook sign-ins, updates in background

Firefox 90 patches nine vulnerabilities and offers a tweaked version of anti-tracking technology that allows exceptions for logging in to sites with a user's Facebook credentials.

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The million-dollar question about Google's Pixel 6

For all the juicy leaks surrounding Google's upcoming Pixel 6 phone, one critically important question remains cryptically answered.

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Apple is changing its MDM system in iOS/iPadOS 15

A new declarative management system gives your device more power and autonomy to regulate enterprise MDM policies.

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Say goodbye to all that: Microsoft ends Windows-as-a-Service

With the arrival of Windows 11, and its once-a-year update cadence, Microsoft is effectively turning its back on its Windows-as-a-service model.

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Apple releases first macOS ‘Monterey’ public preview

If Apple follows its typical timeline, the final Monterey release will appear in late September.

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Apple IT admins gain new tech support tool from Moysle

The new feature for supporting remote workers comes amid a flurry of activity in the ‘Apple in the enterprise’ market.

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Podcast: Windows 11 arrives; what's new, how it compares to macOS

Microsoft announced its latest version of its Windows operating system, Windows 11, last Thursday. Some changes look similar to macOS, but others seem to hit directly at Apple and its closed ecosystem. Macworld executive editor...

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Windows 11 servicing to deliver for enterprise

The new support lifecycles and maintenance structures of Windows 11 could best be described as "Windows 10+."

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A Clubhouse for the office? Slack unveils ‘Huddles’ audio chat rooms

Slack hopes to replicate ad-hoc workplace chats for remote workers with a “lightweight, audio-first” communication tool, Slack Huddles, along with the addition of asynchronous video and voice messages.

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The 3 words that could spell trouble for Android apps on Windows 11

Microsoft's move to make Android apps available within Windows 11 sure sounds splendid on the surface, but these three words should give any tech-observer pause.

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What enterprise needs to know about Windows 11

We've collected some of the most salient points about the upcoming Windows 11, the ones enterprise IT admins will most need to know.

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Apple previews Safari 15 on Big Sur, no macOS beta necessary

Mac users who want to check out the next version of Safari, which has undergone an extensive UI overhaul, can do so without having to wait for macOS Monterey preview to arrive.

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Should UK workers have a legal right to hybrid work?

With the easing of lockdown restrictions in the UK’s sights, questions are being raised about whether laws should be changed to reflect the new way employees want to work.

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Back to the '90s: Boutique browser Vivaldi now offers its own internet suite

Vivaldi 4.0, which includes an email client, calendar, and RSS reader, reflects a strategy reminiscent of Netscape Navigator.

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Microsoft pushes Fluid to boost productivity in Teams, Outlook, and OneNote

Fluid components are designed to aid synchronous and asynchronous work for “hybrid” remote teams, the company says.

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iOS 15: Apple sets the scene for the next big thing

A little-noted iOS 15 setting gives Apple a chance to do something quite new down the road.

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50 illuminating questions about Google's latest messaging service shakeup

Think Google's messaging service setup can't get any more confusing? Think again.

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Microsoft: All things must end ... even Windows 10

Support for the OS ends in four years. And while that date raised eyebrows this week, it's important to remember that before Windows 10's 2015, launch, Microsoft declared it would only offer updates for 10 years — until October 2025.

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