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Office Mobile for iPhone is technically available, but its only showing up sporadically in the Apple App Store so far. Fear not, though! You can get it right now.

Log in to your Office 365 account page, and select your device, operator, and mobile number. Microsoft will send you a text message with a direct link to download Office Mobile in the App Store.

Hhmmm. Where'd my space go? I cleared up 15GB of space on my Windows 8 tablet yesterday, and woke up to zero available space today.

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Microsoft has started to integrate Lync and Skype so they play nicely together. What Microsoft needs to do, though, is rebrand Lync as Skype Pro, or Skype Enterprise, or something to that effect so that there is one consistent brand for messaging. 

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2040241/microsoft-should-kill-lync-rather-than-integrate-it-with-skype.html
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Are you a subscription software naysayer? 

Despite criticism when it launched, Office 365 Home Premium has reached the one million user milestone in only 100 days--faster than many popular services such as Facebook, Dropbox, and Spotify. 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tonybradley/2013/05/29/office-365-defies-critics-to-reach-one-million-users-in-100-days/
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Of all the time you spend on your PC, what percentage would you say is in the Web browser?

Between webmail, social networks, YouTube, Flickr, other cloud services, and just plain old surfing the Web, it seems like you could spend most--or even all--of your time in the browser. 

Attackers know this. Cyber criminals are aware that the browser is the Achilles heel that deserves the most attention because it has the highest potential pool of victims. It's up to you to take steps to keep your browser secure and avoid attacks. 

https://www.qualys.com/forms/whitepapers/keep-your-pcs-safe-while-surfing-web/
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Cook hinted that Apple may open iOS to deeper interaction with third-party apps. There are definitely some situations where that would be awesome, but it also opens a Pandora's box that Apple may not be able to control.

Right now, users who want a more open, customizable mobile platform can choose Android. I'm not sure there is any value in Apple trying to pander to that audience as well.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2040079/pros-and-cons-of-opening-ios-to-third-party-developers.html
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Is the PC dead? No, probably not.

IDC data suggests a record decline in PC sales for 2013, accompanied by skyrocketing growth for tablets--but the distinction between tablets and PCs is arbitrary. They're all "personal computers".

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tonybradley/2013/05/28/r-i-p-pc-a-closer-look-at-gloomy-idc-forecast/
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Microsoft can learn a crucial lesson from BlackBerry. http://ow.ly/ltwXa

"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment."

~ Jim Rohn

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I'll be joining Dave Rutherford on the Rutherford Show in a few minutes to talk BlackBerry Messenger. Tune in online. http://ow.ly/ldakY
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