Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Jan 2009 13:53 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft has announced two products designed to provide users of Office 2008 for Mac with improved access to existing server-based Microsoft services. The first of the two, Microsoft Entourage for Exchange Web Services, will be a free upgrade to Entourage 2008 for Mac that will enable that email, contacts, and calendaring client to more fully benefit from the Exchange Web Services built into Exchange Server 2007. The second, Microsoft Document Collaboration Companion for Mac, will be a free Cocoa-based companion app to Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac that's designed to improve document-management control for Mac users of Microsoft's SharePoint Server document-sharing technology. The app will work whether document sharing is provided by enterprise SharePoint Servers, third-party leased or subscription-based SharePoint services, or Microsoft's free (for now, at least) consumer and small-business oriented Office Live Workspace.
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All together now...
by Knuckles on Tue 6th Jan 2009 17:55 UTC
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Now let's all join hands and say together:


I have a PC, and it runs linux.

Edit: Also the link seems broken ;)

Edited 2009-01-06 17:56 UTC

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RE: All together now...
by robojerk on Tue 6th Jan 2009 18:09 in reply to "All together now..."
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404: Page not found

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RE: All together now...
by pandronic on Wed 7th Jan 2009 09:50 in reply to "All together now..."
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Meh, it's the same argument as with Linux as a kernel and Linux as an OS. We can all tell from the context if people refer to the kernel or a distribution, so there's no harm done.

And you have to agree that the title "Microsoft Moves Apple PCs running Mac OS X Closer to PCs running Microsoft Windows Parity" sounds a bit too complicated.

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