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Microsoft’s support for desktop and mobile applications is evolving to better align through a new interface and improved cloud connectivity. The signs indicate that the industry giant is moving in a direction that allows business users to productively use key Microsoft applications on mobile devices, but will it work? This expert resource discusses Mircosoft’s recent attention to application support, outlining the potential impact it can have on organizations of all sizes. Access >>>
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