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Microsoft Office 365 available to Australian businesses of all sizes

SYDNEY, Australia – June 29, 2011: Microsoft announced today the worldwide availability of Microsoft Office 365, the company’s newest cloud productivity and collaboration service for businesses of all sizes. Available in Australia and 40 other markets, Office 365 brings together Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft … Read more »

Microsoft leadership change in Asia-Pacific region

Microsoft leadership change in Asia-Pacific region 3 December, 2010 | Singapore Microsoft is today announcing the appointment of Tracey Fellows as the new Area Vice President for Asia Pacific, based in Singapore. In her role, she will oversee sales, services and marketing for 12 countries in Asia Pacific and will … Read more »

Microsoft Lync ushers in new era of business communications – connecting people across the PC, phone and browser, through the power of software

Microsoft Lync ushers in new era of business communications – connecting people across the PC, phone and browser, through the power of software 18 November, 2010 | Sydney, Australia Today Microsoft announced the general availability of Microsoft Lync, formerly Office Communications Server, ushering in a new era of business communications. … Read more »

Security update: Microsoft issues an out-of-band security update to protect against current Internet Explorer vulnerability

Security update: Microsoft issues an out-of-band security update to protect against current Internet Explorer vulnerability 22 January, 2010 | Sydney, Australia Microsoft has today issued an out-of-band security update to help protect our customers against the recently discovered Internet Explorer vulnerability. Microsoft takes the decision to conduct an out-of-band update … Read more »

Microsoft identifies five Australian schools as global role models

Microsoft identifies five Australian schools as global role models 20 October, 2010 | Sydney, Australia Australian schools have been highlighted as amongst the world’s most advanced users of technology in the classroom, according to Microsoft. Eight Australian schools are among just 80 selected from across the globe to participate in … Read more »