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Here are 4 new versions of Office 365

In January, Microsoft released Office 2013 for home and personal users. This new version included cloud based subscription under the name of Office 365. Users pay a monthly fee to be able to access different Office software. This is similar to Office 365 (Office 365 for Business) which companies have had access to for a couple of years now.

Office 365 sign-in update coming

When it comes to software, many developers launch a product and will periodically update it with more features, bug fixes, changes to the layout, etc. Many users know this is how the industry operates, and often look forward to the next update. Office 365 users will soon see a new update to the Office 365 user experience, one aimed at making it better for multiple device users.

Office 2013 a tale of many versions

At the end of January Microsoft released the much-awaited Office 2013. This release comes in two versions: Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365. Office 2013 is the more traditional version of Office that you would buy at stores, while Office 365 is following a subscription based system.

Overview of Office 2013’s 6 versions

There is little doubt as to the most popular office production suite. Microsoft Office has been the program of choice for almost two decades and shows no sign of giving this status up in the near future. In late January Microsoft officially released Office 2013, and as usual released numerous versions aimed at meeting the needs of different users.

Office 2013, 1 program 6 versions

It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft has finally released a new version of Office. The end of January release brought with it a completely new version of Office, one that is a little more modern, maybe even more exciting. In true Microsoft fashion however, there are numerous versions of Office 2013 making it slightly complicated to know which version will fit well with your business.

SharePoint for businesses – 5 benefits

Microsoft Office has grown from a simple office suite, offering a word processor, spreadsheet and presentation software, into a product that allows users to run a whole office. Because products like Office 365 are made up of a number of individual programs there often needs to be a mesh that combines all the output into one central area.

5 SharePoint benefits for businesses

It's highly likely that the most popular software program is Microsoft Office. With numerous variations to the Office platform, including Office 365 - the largely cloud based version of Office - it's easy to see why. A common complaint of Office users is that it can be tough to share documents and collaborate with other employees.

SharePoint’s 5 great SMB benefits

When it comes to document production, Microsoft Office is the go-to program for a vast majority of companies. While Office is great, it can be difficult for companies and users to collaborate. That's where SharePoint comes in. Think of it as a mesh that brings all documents together into one central location.