#GreyhoundInMedia: FISME and @Microsoft to enable more than 10,000 SMBs for cloud adoption @CIOIn

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Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME), an apex industry body, and Microsoft have come together to enable more than 10,000 micro, small and medium businesses across the country to adopt information technology and cloud computing. This will help them to connect better with their existing customers and reach out to potential customers across India.

#GreyhoundInMedia: FISME @Microsoft to enable more than 10000 Indian SMBs to adopt cloud by 2016 @Dataquest_India

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Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME), an apex industry body, and Microsoft have come together to enable more than 10,000 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises across the country to adopt information technology and cloud computing. This will help them to connect better with their existing customers and reach out to potential customers across India.

#GreyhoundinMedia: @Microsoft @Office 2016 India Price Announced @Gadgets_360

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The Redmond-based technology major Microsoft on Wednesday said that all users who have a subscription of Office 365, which is a cloud-based service, will get the new Office 2016 for free. Other users can purchase the new suite, which is available in 14 Indian languages and 47 languages globally, starting Wednesday.

“Starting today, Office 365 subscribers can choose to download the new Office 2016 apps as part of their subscription. Automatic updates will begin rolling out to consumer subscribers next month,” the company said.

The Office 365 Personal edition (for one user – one PC + one Tablet + one Phone) costs Rs. 3,299 per annum and Office 365 Home (for five users – five PCs + five Tablets + five phones) is priced at Rs. 4,199 per annum.

#GreyhoundInMedia: @Microsoft @Office365 users to get @Office 2016 free @EconomicTimes

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The Redmond-based technology major Microsoft on Wednesday said that all users who have a subscription of Office 365, which is a cloud-based service, will get the new Office 2016 for free.

#GreyhoundInMedia: @MicrosoftIndia 3 data centres launched; locally hosted @Office365 to go live @Firstpost

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Microsoft has made some significant announcements on its cloud strategy in India. The software giant has shared updates on its local data centres.

As part of today’s announcements, the company has launched three centres in Mumbai, Pune, and Chennai; and said that its commercial cloud services will be available from these data centres. 

Microsoft Azure services is launching today, and Office 365 services will be available from October 2015. Dynamics CRM Online services will follow suite early next year.