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Briefly: Microsoft discontinues InfoPath, AT&T's reduced data plans

updated 11:40 pm EST, Sat February 1, 2014

Microsoft announces discontinuation of InfoPath, plans to support client until 2023

Microsoft announced this week its discontinuation of the company's electronic form software, InfoPath. InfoPath featured the ability to design, distribute, fill, and submit electronic forms with structured data. InfoPath 2013 is the last release of the desktop client, and InfoPath Form Service in Sharepoint Server 2013 is the last release of its services suite. InfoPath 2013 client is planned to be supported through until April 2023, and InfoPath Forms Services in Office 365 will be supported until further notice. Migration scenarios and guidance will be released in the fourth quarter of 2014.

AT&T reduces prices of its wireless data plans

AT&T has announced a price cut for its customers who share large data plans. The cuts follow recent price adjustments within all four major US wireless providers, with AT&T announcing its 'best-ever prices' with a family of four having unlimited talk and text with 10GB of shared data for $160 per month. Additionally, AT&T has announced its limited-time offer of a $100 credit for new and existing customers who open a new line of service.




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