Month: April 2014

Microsoft Increases OneDrive for Business Storage Space to 1TB

Yesterday, in a blog post on the Microsoft Office Blog Microsoft announced that they were increasing the storage space on all OneDrive for Business accounts from 25GB to 1TB. OneDrive for Business is a “My Documents” folder in the cloud. In addition to the increase in storage limit; Microsoft also announced that all Office 365 […]

Email content directly into OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is one of our favourite Office applications. Now it’s even easier to add content to OneNote. Simply forward an email to and OneNote will automatically add the it to your unfiled notes section. First, you’ll need to link your email address to OneNote. To do this, visit OneNote Email Settings and set […]

Support for Windows XP Ended

Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 has now ended On April 8, 2014, Microsoft ended support for the decade-old operating system, Windows XP. This means that Microsoft will no longer produce updates, including security updates, for Windows XP. Support for Microsoft Office 2003 has now also ended. To mark the end of Office 2003 […]

Microsoft CRM 2013 Rollup 2 Published

Last week, Microsoft published Rollup 2 for Microsoft CRM 2013. As previously mentioned, starting with CRM 2013, The rollup number is included within the build number. Rollup 2 is published as 6.0.0002.0051 Update Rollup 2 introduces support for the following: Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 using CRM 2013 web application and CRM for Tablets […]

Turn your phone into a scanner

Office Lens is a new app for your Windows Phone that turns your phone into a scanner. You can use it to take pictures of things like business cards, menus, post-it notes, on whiteboards or blackboards — anything you want to keep to hand. Pictures taken with Office Lens are automatically trimmed and enhanced and […]