Microsoft signs off on its next-gen Office suite next month as Office 2010 hits RTM; business customers can grab the suite on May 13th but consumers will have to wait until June.
on 03/06/2010 – Made popular on 03/06/2010
As of today, business customers can purchase Office 2010 including the usual office apps as well as Visio and Project. Consumers will need to wait a few more weeks. So, will the upgrade be worthwhile? Is there something really new? Or are Microsoft putting lipstick on a pig?
It's been six months since Microsoft launched Office 365, its subscription-based version of Office for businesses and consumers. Over 2 million consumers now subscribe to Office 365 Home Premium (the Office 365 “family pack” with five licenses) and 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies are using it in some form.
The new Microsoft Office 2010 has been released but many of us still waiting for the public response to this Office 2010. For you who has bought this MS Office 2010, you may need this ultimate guide for the new Office 2010. This guide contains essential parts of Microsoft Office 2010.
Beside of OpenOfficeOrg, there is another nice office suite software called KOffice. This KOffice is now reached 1.6.3 version. This free office suite for Linux comes with better GUI and more stable compared to previous version.
Earlier this week, Microsoft updated its Office 365 suite with a couple of new features and licensing terms. Overall, the update was very much in line with the other 100 changes Microsoft had made to its subscription-based Office version for consumers and businesses, but one feature stood out.