It’s about time someone made an Office suite that can actually claim to be better than Microsoft Office. With WPS Office for Linux, Kingsoft has a winner. We have shown you how to get Microsoft Office running in Linux through Wine, but if the one thing keeping you back from using Linux is a native Microsoft Office alternative you’re in luck.
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.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlthough Microsoft Office will still be used by “power users” who need the more complex Word and Excel features, among others, all Fairfax employees will get access to Google Apps for Business, including Gmail, Drive, Docs, Hangouts and plenty more by November.
Quitting Microsoft Office entirely can be very a long goodbye, especially for power users still unimpressed
I'm looking to buy Microsoft office 2010 for 4 users in a small business. 2 users already have it and the other 4 have office 2000. I can only seem to find office 2013 for sale nowadays and it costs a lot more. I'm in the UK, so I don't know if I could buy a medialess version from the US or not.
Microsoft has announced Office 2013 and Office 365 pricing. Short term, customers could wind up confused between Microsoft’s new desktop and cloud services, The VAR Guy believes. But take a long-term view and you’ll see all Microsoft roads ultimately lead to Office 365. Here’s why.
Office 2013 is the successor to Office 2010.