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There’s bad news for DStv subscribers planning to buy Microsoft’s new Xbox One video game console, which was launched in South Africa this week. MultiChoice, which owns DStv, has no immediate plans to distribute its electronic programme

It’s all about the cloud for Microsoft in South Africa. No, not the cirrus and cumulus variety — the software giant is shifting its focus to delivering cloud computing-based services to everyone, on every device. And that includes non-Windows platforms, says Microsoft

Microsoft has announced the commercial launch of its cloud productivity service, Office 365, in SA. Depending on the configuration users opt for, the service pricing starts at R46,50 per user per month and goes up to R170,75 for the full suite. Office 365 was launched in SA in November 2011 and has been available

Microsoft has launched its cloud-computing productivity suite, Office 365, in SA. The suite includes various collaboration options and will be available to SA users as a free trial until its commercial launch sometime next year. Office 365 is a direct competitor to rival Google’s Docs platform