Cisco is making a play with a tablet PC named Cius. They have built this tablet on the Andriod operating system. I like the way Cisco is approaching this product. It is a being positioned as an easy way to take all your information with you in the office or even out of the office . . . → Read More: The Enterprise Tablet – Cisco Cius
A couple of weeks ago the E-Mail Router for Microsoft CRM 4 (Rollup 11) stopped working. The error I was getting for the server was that the certificate for the Exchange server was not valid. So I started to dig.
I found out that the certificate for the Exchange server was renewed on the . . . → Read More: MS CRM E-Mail Router Not Working
This is an old conversation, but I find that many people still do not know about it.
From Office 97 to 2003 Microsoft used the .doc file extension. These files were binary files. When Office 2007 was introduced, Microsoft change the file extension to .docx. These files are stored in an open XML format. One . . . → Read More: Microsoft Word Document Size
Tuesday, while listing to Microsoft Technical Evangelist John Westin, I learned that Natal for the Xbox will cost under $100. This is a great price point in my opinion for the experience a person will have.
Microsoft is not just letting the Natal interface stop with the Xbox. They are taking it and and . . . → Read More: Microsoft Project Natal and Future