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The software giant continues to buy companies to strengthen its Office apps and services
Microsoft believes that screens smaller than 10 inches aren't used by 'professionals,' so don't expect it to charge for editing and viewing Office documents. Oh, and the Surface Pro mini -- probably dead.
Leverage these little-known features to work without an internet connection, keep track of document changes, and more.
The company's eager to extend its services beyond Windows, but some users may see this freebie as bloatware.
Shrink hours of labor to minutes with these easy time-saving techniques.
Acrobat DC promises to ease our daily bureaucracy of forms with features for converting paper documents, and (through the Document Cloud service) signing and tracking electronic ones.
Microsoft is going heavy on enterprise features in its first public peek at Office 2016, which is available now to Office 365 Business subscribers.
Blocking senders, setting rules, and other ways to keep the email pile safe as well as sane.
Now that the legal enmity between Microsoft and Samsung has ended, it's opened the door for greater collaboration, it seems.
A free preview is available to try, and surprise, it provides a seamless experience with Office on other platforms.
Haiku Deck Zuru scans your PowerPoint and tries to help you find a sharp, attractive relevant layout, and do it fast.
Google Cloud Pub/Sub messaging service can tie together different components of an enterprise cloud application