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SaaS Updates for April 21, 2016


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Google is taking its next step in TV with a new Google Search feature. Asana closes out Polish Week, a week dedicated to identifying small adjustments for big impact, and an end is near for Exchange Server 2007 support.

Google Search Will Soon Show Live TV – Today, at the National Association of Broadcasters conference, Google announced that it’s adding a new feature to Google Search: air times for TV shows, The Verge reports. So when you are looking for a movie or show, Google will tell you when it will be available on cable — that’s in addition to the various online rental and streaming services it already lists.

Google Keep Finally Gets a Good Chrome Extension for Easier Saving – Heads up, taskmasters and note-takers: Google Keep just got a few new features that should help it fit better into your workflow. For one, Google finally got around to making its Chrome extension more useful; you can save web pages (or parts of them) straight to Keep with handy notes in tow.

Exchange Server 2007 – End of Support Coming Next Year – Last week marked one year until Exchange Server 2007 reaches the end of its support lifecycle. Customers who are using Exchange Server 2007 for any of their email and calendar services should begin planning to move the associated mailbox data and resources to Office 365 or update their infrastructure to a newer version of Exchange, such as Exchange Server 2016.

Asana Rolls-out Several New Features as Part of their Small Improvements, Big Impact Week – Asana just completed a Polish Week, when the company takes a look at the adjustments they can make to garner a big impact. The improvements from this latest Polish Week include adding attachments with Quick Add in the mobile app,changing the project owner from the header, the project due date is now visible in Calendar View, and you can now delete comments on mobile.

Two New Features Available in Box That Allow You To Further Your Customization –  Last month, Box ended support for the custom shared link URL format of “”. Moving forward, newly created custom shared link URLs will follow the format of ‘’ The second new feature is the ability to specify custom words or numbers in an upload policy by allowing admins to import a CSV file that contains the keywords.