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Microsoft Dynamics Tries To Ease Enterprise Customers Onto The Cloud

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The Next Web is having "a chuckle" at the expense of customers Microsoft is catering to with its enterprise resource planning products. And after spending an hour talking with Fred Studer, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics, and Microsoft Business Solutions Technical Fellow Mike Ehrenberg Thursday, we can say it's probably...
Microsoft Dynamics Tries To Ease Enterprise Customers Onto The Cloud

Scott McNealy’s Wayin nets $14M in Series B funding

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Wayin, the social networking startup launched by Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy, just closed $14 million in Series B financing, bringing its total backing to $20 million. The network, which as a forum for users who want to discuss and vote on — well, just about anything– launched on Twitter last June....
Scott McNealy’s Wayin nets $14M in Series B funding
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Microsoft Will Launch Kinect For Workplace Next Month

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Microsoft wants its popular Kinect to be a game changer for more than just video games. The company plans to introduce the first version of Kinect authorized for use in the workplace next month. The product will be marketed through its Microsoft Dynamics division, which develops enterprise resource planning and...
Microsoft Will Launch Kinect For Workplace Next Month

Blurred Navision: Microsoft may owe Denmark more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes

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American software juggernaut Microsoft may owe Denmark’s treasury department several billions of Danish kroner in unpaid taxes, according to a report from DR, the country’s national broadcasting corporation. More specifically, DR says Microsoft owes the Danish Treasury a total of 5.8 billion kroner – which is a little over $1...
Blurred Navision: Microsoft may owe Denmark more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes
Billion-dollar Danish: Microsoft owes Denmark $1 billion in unpaid taxes, treasury says

Microsoft: Our apps are really coming to Azure! Eventually, maybe

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As of today, none of Microsoft’s major applications are hosted on the company’sWindows Azure cloud. On Monday, the company said that the Azure version of its Dynamics NAV enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, announced last year, is still not ready, with a beta promised for May and general availability...
Microsoft: Our apps are really coming to Azure! Eventually, maybe
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