All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Microsoft Office’

Microsoft Office 365 Personal Launches Today

In another bold move to increase its market-share and win back its customer base, Microsoft has released a new installment of its most famous Office product. Prior to today, Microsoft had limited its Office products to two categories – a $9.99 per month / $99.99 per year Office 365 Home Premium option and Office Online. Now, consumers are presented with …

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Microsoft Office 365 Personal Makes Productivity Even More Affordable

Microsoft Office used to be software that either came with your PC or you had to spend hundreds of dollars just for the base software. Microsoft dumped this sales model a few years ago with the introduction of Office 365 – a subscription service that gave consumers all the perks of Microsoft Office at a fraction of the cost. Some …

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Microsoft Office May Be Coming To An iPad Near You

Microsoft Office is a staple of many people’s lives, ranging from elementary school students to CEOs and everyone in between. Accessing Office has become easier than ever as of late, with personal computers, smart phones, and tablets becoming so prominent and easily available. The software may well be even more accessible in just a short while, as Microsoft has heavily …

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Microsoft Office for iPad: CEO May Unveil Next Week

Microsoft will reportedly introduce Office for ¬†iPad at an event in San Francisco on March 27. Satya Nadella will host his first event next week as CEO of Microsoft and invitations to the event have been making the rounds. Nadella is expected to discuss Microsoft’s mobile and cloud strategies, and sources¬†indicate the company will be revealing an app for the …

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Microsoft Rebrands Office Web Apps As ‘Office Online’

Microsoft announced the launch of Office Online a rebranded version of its online Office experience (Office.com, Office Web Apps). Office Online provides users with a free online version of its popular suite of productivity apps, which compete directly with services like Google Drive. Video: Video: Your online Office starts here Microsoft’s Amanda Lefebvre explains the thinking behind the rebranding: Today …

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Microsoft Makes Office More Accessible For The Blind

Microsoft Office is one of the most used pieces of software on the planet. It stands to reason then that some of the people using it may be blind or vision impaired. While there are screen reading tools available to make their lives easier, Microsoft is now making them easier to obtain. Microsoft announced today that it has partnered with …

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Microsoft, GoDaddy Team Up To Offer Office 365 To Small Businesses

If you own a small business, you’re going to need some productivity software for your employees. If you use GoDaddy as your Web host, you won’t have to look far. Microsoft and GoDaddy announced today that the two are teaming up to offer Office 365 as GoDaddy’s “exclusive core business-class email and productivity service.” The agreement will see Office 365 …

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OneNote Updated With New Sharing Features

Microsoft was one of the first to the digital note taking game with OneNote. Now it’s just one of many in an ever growing field of apps that allow one to document their lives via short notes. How is Microsoft going to compete? For Windows 8.1 PCs, tablets and phones, OneNote has been updated with a number of new features …

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Microsoft Office Now Available On Android

In June, Microsoft finally released Office Mobile for iOS after months of rumors and speculation. What about Android though? Microsoft has heard your cries, and have decided to finally bring Office to Google’s mobile OS. Microsoft released Office Mobile for Office 365 on the Play Store this morning for all those Android users that can’t bring themselves to use Google …

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Free Microsoft Updates Coming Later This Year

Free updates and Microsoft are not something that you usually see in the same sentence. Starting this year, however, Microsoft may start having a change of heart. At its annual BUILD developer conference, Microsoft announced that it’s ditching its old method of releasing updates to software every two to three years. Instead, it will be approaching software updates like the …

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Microsoft Office Comes To iPhone, But There’s A Catch

After months of rumors and speculation, Microsoft has finally confirmed that its Office productivity suite is now available on the iPhone. The app itself is free, but there’s always a catch. Microsoft announced today that Office Mobile has made the jump from Windows Phone to the iPhone. The catch is that you must be an Office 365 subscriber to use …

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Rob Schneider IS The Latest Microsoft Anti-Google Spokesperson

Microsoft has come out with a new attack-on-Google ad. You’re shocked right? This time it’s an Office ad called “Google Docs isn’t worth the gamble,” where Google Docs (which you might know better these days as Google Drive) is somehow equated with a shady casino game in which Rob Schneider is the swindler. Yes, that Rob Schneider: Now here’s Microsoft’s …

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