Microsoft Today Announced 22 New Markets and Added Business Intelligence for Office 365

Given the scale of both Microsoft Office and Microsoft SharePoint among consumers and business users, providing developers with a chance to reach both markets greatly increases their potential customer base. With Microsoft extending Office and SharePoint stores into new markets they are also broadening their possible user-base of developers who are building for these platforms. This in turn improves the products by making them more flexible and extendable. All seemingly a good plan assuming Microsoft delivers and executes it properly. Read the full story here.



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