Office 2013: Here’s what’s new

Feb 14, 2013 | Updates

Microsoft Office 2013The new Office is a cloud subscription that provides virtually anywhere access to your familiar Office applications plus business-grade email, calendar, and video conferencing across your devices – from PCs to smartphones to tablets.

Here’s what’s new:

Devices: The new Office works great across all your devices. With its modernized, clean, and fluid user interface, it works great with touch, mouse and keyboard, or pen.

Cloud: When away from your computer, you can stream a full-featured version of Office on any internet-connected PC with Office on Demand. Your documents are saved to the cloud by default so you can share and collaborate just by sending a link.

Social: Stay connected to all of your contacts. You can quickly schedule a meeting, send an email, start an IM or voice and video chat- or host a multiparty HD video conference in a few clicks.

Simplified IT: The new Office has solutions optimized for size and IT needs. The common set of IT management tools in the new Office will simplify management across your on-premises and cloud environments.

The new Office can all be purchased through traditional Office on-premises deployment.


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