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DuPont Commitments to Mirosoft Office 365 in the New York Times

February 6, 2013

According to the New York Times, other news sources, and Microsoft themselves, DuPont is now using Microsoft Office 365. http://thewebandi.com/2013/02/06/dupont-announces-complete-commitment-to-office-365-in-the-new-york-times/

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New Office 365 2013 Preview: Account Administration

February 6, 2013

New Version Microsoft Office 365 User Administration Guide: Add a New User. http://thewebandi.com/2013/02/05/new-office-365-2013-preview-account-administration/

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Microsoft Office 365

February 5, 2013

The quintessential guide to Office 365 from experts who have been there since the beginning. http://thewebandi.com/2011/05/13/microsoft-office-365/

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New Office 365 2013 Preview: Installing and Configuring Office 2013

February 2, 2013

New Office 365 2013 Preview: Installing and Configuring Office 2013.

via New Office 365 2013 Preview: Installing and Configuring Office 2013.

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Installing and Configuring the New Office 365 2013 Edition

February 2, 2013

Take the basic steps to get started with the installation and configuration of the Office 365 administrative section. http://thewebandi.com/2013/02/02/new-office-365-2013-preview-installing-and-configuring-office-2013/

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Microsoft Office 365 2013 Delivery Updates

January 29, 2013

Office 365 Home Premium 2013 was released today. Most of our clients are businesses and are interested in the launch of the Business Editions which will be on 2/27/13. http://thewebandi.com/2013/01/29/microsoft-office-365-2013-delivery-updates/

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Strengthening Housing Market Gives New Hope to Homebuyers and Holders of Troubled Mortgages

January 25, 2013

After a long and strange rebound effect, a slow but steady growth in the housing market means a better real estate environment for all. In the last four years of real estate recession, various theories have been advanced as to the causes of the current disaster, some quoting others about a “wealth effect” which supposedly tied real estate troubles to a shrinking lower class. However this and many other theories are based on lack of research vigor. The truth is that there are two factors which lead directly to the real estate slump: • Due to some liberal bank regulations, lenders were able to package low-grade C rate mortgages with a decent amount of B grade investments, throw in a little a grade investment, and they had created some serious toxic assets. With the amount and risk of the mortgages misrepresented, securities were issued which were truly deserving of a junk grade. • There was a glut of housing for sale due to dilapidation, foreclosures, and excess low-quality const http://first-united-services.com/2013/01/25/strengthening-housing-market-gives-new-hope-to-homebuyers-and-holders-of-troubled-mortgages/