Finally, Microsoft's flagship Office suite (Excel, PPT, Word) is available on one of its key rival’s mobile operating systems: Apple’s iOS. Nearly seven years after Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone, Microsoft has finally built native products for Apple's iOS to extend its popular, high revenue-generating Office suite to another platform. It begs the question: Why so long?
The plot thickens on the existence of Microsoft Office for iPad . The ‘iPad-only’ newspaper The Daily alleges it has scored some elusive hands-on time with Microsoft Office running on Apple’s iPad. But is it really true? And more importantly, if it is, could the launch of Office for iPad help fuel mobile device management demands?
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We have approximately 20 Mac desktops in a Windows Server 2008 environment - that are managed with Apple Remote Desktop. These desktops have a variety of Office for Mac installations - Office 2008, Office 2011, and running at various patch levels.
I'd like to use Apple Remote Desktop for triggering of updates. Has anyone done this before with any success?
This spring we witnessed the big three OS manufacturers — Microsoft, Apple and Google — continue to unbundle their versions of Microsoft Office apps for mobile, including versions of PowerPoint, Excel and Word for iPad.
Microsoft Office 2013 (formerly Office 15) will offer cloud integration with SkyDrive, and social media integration with Yammer, SharePoint and Skype. CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled an Office 2013 Customer Preview today, positioning it as a “cloud service” best used with Windows 8 on PCs and tablets, including Microsoft’s own Surface tablets.