Microsoft forces Outlook and Teams users to use Edge
Can you hear the sounds of the regulators sharpening their knives?
Microsoft has warned IT admins that it will force Outlook and Teams to ignore the default web browser on Windows and open links in Microsoft Edge instead.
Microsoft agrees to stop bundling Teams with Office
Avoiding an anti-trust probe
Microsoft will stop forcing customers of its popular Office software to also have its Teams video conferencing and messaging app automatically installed on their devices, in a move designed to prevent an official antitrust probe by EU regulators.
Microsoft doubles the speed of Teams desktop client
Also claims it uses half of its system resources
Software King of the World Microsoft has previewed an improved Teams desktop client for Windows which it claims will be “twice as fast while using half the system resources."
Microsoft Teams gets Avatars
You too can have a blue head
Microsoft will be adding animated 3D avatars to Microsoft Teams in May, according to Microsoft's product roadmap.
EU anti-trust watchdog snuffles around Microsoft teams
Unhappy about its connections with Office 365
While you might think that there is a lot of competition for online communication tools, it seems that the EU regulators are really worried about Microsoft teams.
Microsoft investigated by EU
Teams integration with Office might be naughty
EU antitrust regulators are following up on a complaint by Slack Technologies by asking Microsoft's rivals if its Teams app integrated with its Office product gives it greater clout.
Dell builds monitor with Teams button
Coming to a lockdown near you
Dell is launching three new monitors next month, and all of them come with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button to capitalise on the home video conferencing market.
Health crisis causes boom for technology companies
Top 25 companies making a killing
The COVID-19 pandemic is providing new business opportunities for the tech sector, as evidenced by the performance of the world’s top 25 technology companies, according to a GlobalData report.
Microsoft Teams crashes under coronavirus pressure
Cloud had no silver lining
Microsoft Teams was not ready for huge numbers of people working from home due to the coronavirus.
Microsoft makes promises to ARM developers
Developers will get the best of both worlds