The world’s biggest wholesale technology distributor, Ingram Micro, announced today that they will be offering electronic service delivery for Microsoft Office products including Office 2013 and Windows 8 Pro Pack. Ingram Micro recently released their new proprietary Digital Locker, which allows users to instantly download and deploy Microsoft software to end users. This helps keep…
If you’ve spent the past year living anywhere other than the underside of a rock, then you will be at least vaguely aware that 2012 has been a huge year for Microsoft. Windows 8 , Windows Server 2012, the Microsoft Surface Tablet, Visual Studio 2012… the list goes on.
From now until September 30, 2012, Microsoft is allowing eligible customers to earn 15% in subsidy payouts on qualifying Microsoft cloud software.
Get 15% back when you purchase any of the following:
- Office 365
- Dynamics CRM Online
- Exchange Online
- Lync Online
- SharePoint Online
Last week, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced the release of the new Microsoft Office consumer preview, which you can download at office.com/preview. Designed specifically for compatibility with the upcoming Windows 8 (set to release in October), this newest edition of the world-class Office software sports a uniquely intuitive interface which focuses on stylus, touch and mouse input.
In addition to the touch/stylus centric interface, the new Microsoft Office is -unlike its predecessors- not designed as a traditional software application, and instead has been reincarnated as a continually updating cloud service.
This buying guide lets you easily compare Microsoft Office 2010 editions to help you decide which suite is best for you. MS Office 2010 has been grouped into four main editions: Home and Student; Home and Business (replaced Office 2007 Standard); Professional, and Professional Plus (available through open licensing). Microsoft Office Ultimate and Enterprise suites are no longer available in the 2010 editions.
The next release of Microsoft’s Office Suite (codenamed “Office 15”), is still early in the development stage, and rumors of an “Office 2015 release date” are merely speculation, but there are solid pieces of information that we’ve come across which are of great benefit. In particular: how participants of Microsoft’s Open Licensing Program can get a free upgrade to Office 15 when it’s released.
The success of your business depends on the ability of your people to collaborate and communicate from anywhere at any time. To do this, your company’s services must always be available to them. Microsoft Office 365 is the next step in the future of productivity and a brand new way to think about productivity in the Cloud. Office 365 is a revolutionary technology that allows individuals and companies to create and maintain a virtual office in the cloud. It offers businesses and professionals with an easy and flexible way to work on the go from a PC, through a browser and a smart phone.
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If there’s one thing that’s common in every job in the world, it’s that it seems like we never have enough time. Whether it’s lack of ample time to send out that extra status report or rushing to finish our progress charts, our daily tasks never seem to fit into the 9 hour work day. This leads us to spend more time in the office, and less time with our families and friends. As we experience this problem on a daily basis, we learn to strive for efficiency in our everyday tasks.
Microsoft Office 2010 and Office for Mac 2011 are in full-swing. In addition to the traditional retail boxes found at your local brick and mortar or online discount software retailer, Microsoft is weighing its options with other venues. Senior director Jason Bunge commented on the future of Microsoft Office: “You can absolutely expect Office to expand its presence across other platforms.” The question many consumers are asking is, “does that mean Microsoft Office on the Apple App Store?”
Here at SoftwareMedia, our customer service department seems to get asked a lot of similar questions. One of the frequently encountered problems is the location of product keys on Microsoft boxed and OEM products. For whatever reason, Microsoft decided to make this vital piece of information hard to find for consumers. We are here to help.