Software giant teams with the foremost business oriented social network to sync contacts from admired Windows Live services such as Hotmail and Live Messenger.
Microsoft has made a point lately of highlighting the reputation of its Windows Live services. The company swanked that it had issued 500 million Windows Live IDs as of April and just two months earlier, asserted that 300 million users had signed up for its Live Messenger IM service.
Now, Windows Live users will be proficient to coordinate with their accounts on LinkedIn, the foremost social network for professionals, with a new integration that merges the contact records of the two services.Microsoft’s tie-up with LinkedIn for its Windows Live services creates on a prior partnership between the two companies that connected Microsoft’s Outlook client with the social network.
Microsoft said that its Windows Live group, which creates free online consumer and small business products, is partnering with the leading business oriented social network – LinkedIn.
The ties signify that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows Live users will be competent to link between LinkedIn and Windows Live services such as Hotmail and Messenger in order to share contacts, activities and updates.