This month’s collection of IT, Enterprise, and Microsoft news stories includes a tech review of 2013 and what to expect from BI, Enterprise Social, Big Data, and other top tech trends projected for 2014.
The Top 10 Tech News Stories of 2013. Find out what tech people were talking, tweeting, and writing about in 2013, and how 2014 might look in comparison (from PC Magazine).
2014 in preview: A look at upcoming tech trends. Tech experts discuss the themes they’re expecting in 2014 (from ZDNet).
Microsoft Delivers On Its Hybrid Cloud Promise. Learn more about how Microsoft has changed its cloud approach over the last few years (from Forbes).
Microsoft: Enterprise Social, Big Data Among Top IT Trends for 2014. Enterprise Social networks and big data are both expected to expand rapidly in 2014, according to Microsoft's Worldwide Enterprise and Partner Group (from eWeek).
5 principles to make learning Windows 8.1 easier. Check out this practical guide on how to get started with the latest OS from Microsoft (from ZDNet).
How to back up your Office 365 email database to your local computer. Find the step-by-step instructions for backing up an Office 365 document locally (from ZDNet).
Microsoft pins a price tag on its PowerBI business-intelligence tools. Microsoft has released it’s three-tiered pricing plan for Power BI for Office 365 (from ZDNet).
5 Big Business Intelligence Trends For 2014. 2014’s top BI trends include cloud, mobile, and data discovery ( from Information Week).
Microsoft's Build 2014 and (re)building developer trust. Registration for Microsoft’s 2014 Build Conference—taking place in San Francisco on April 2, 3, & 4—is now open (from ZDNet).
Microsoft, GoDaddy partner to create Office 365 packages for small businesses. Very small businesses will now have access to a scaled-down version of Office 365 (from The Seattle Times).
How To Reinstall Windows And Your Programs In 20 Minutes. A slow OS can become new again simply be re-installing Windows (from Forbes).
What to expect from Microsoft in 2014. Microsoft has a big year ahead. Find out what to expect from Windows, Windows Phone, Tablets, Office, and more (from The Next Web).