Microsoft’s Newest Product – Fuse!


Microsoft’s newest product – Fuse – will revolutionize your life. It is a smart home solution that will let you control all appliances and systems within the home. You can track usage patterns to increase efficiency and spot trends with your family’s utilities usage. In addition, this product will allow you to track all manner of information like grocery inventory – automatically updated by the shopping list feature, budget info, birthday and anniversary reminders, auto maintenance tracker, Christmas wish list, ability to turn on reminders for any aspect of any bit of information, and more. This piece of software is available as an app for the XBox One, and all this information is available from the also brand new Microsoft smartphone (cool new name yet to come!). Imagine having all this information at your fingertips at any time! The information is secure and invisible to even the NSA due to double secret encryption techniques and some other tech I can’t divulge at this time. Don’t tell anyone, but this product is really a scaled down version of SharePoint. Naturally it has been re-branded into a consumer version with lots of content types geared toward the homeowner. A re-branding of the product has been a long time coming don’t you think? Obviously, this is not a real product from Microsoft. At least not yet! I could see it all coming together though with the recent moves the company has made.

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3 comments on “Microsoft’s Newest Product – Fuse!

  1. Haha, you totally got me.
    I could definitely see it using Office 365 as a cloud collection point for data with your data collection endpoints in your house simply connecting to the cloud. It’s definitely the way to stay competitive with Google’s recent purchase of NEST.

    good one. šŸ™‚

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  2. Pingback: Would you let Microsoft in your Front Door? | SharePoint Basics and Beyond

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