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As the expected announcement of Microsoft Office for the Apple iPad looms, CloudOn offers a last-ditch effort to secure new customers.
The long wait is almost over
Reports suggest a version of Office for Apple's tablet is finally happening.
OneNote's note-taking options just got a whole lot cheaper, flexible, and more diversified.
Don't need a family plan? Try out Microsoft's new Office 365 Personal plan.
Google's Docs and Sheets apps now can tap into third-party plug-ins, or apps, to better match up to Microsoft Office in terms of features.
Office Online and the addition of mobile apps are major improvements, but clunky controls hamper attempts to work together in real time.
This new version adds background refresh capability.
Notebooks just got more notebook-like, though you'll want to hold off on digitally handwriting everything just yet.
No more working in isolation. Your colleagues and the entire wisdom of the web will be there for you when you need it.
Red Hat BPM Suite 6 features a new user interface from the company's 2012 Polymita acquisition
Microsoft takes social elements from Yammer and merges them with the rest of Office 365, with a number of other enhancements that include Groups and API improvements.
Office 365 is getting a new app called Oslo to automate interactions between colleagues, and offering new tools for developers