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Google Drive gets massive update and business edition

Google Drive gets massive update and business edition

Google continues to edge out Microsoft it what could be the latter's remaining bastion. With a batch of announcements about Google Drive, the search giant is offering more reasons for users to switch to its cloud and to ditch the once-popular Office suite, whether for personal use or for the enterprise.

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Google appears to clobber Microsoft Office in enterprise

Google appears to clobber Microsoft Office in enterprise

It would seem that Google is taking their office fight to their biggest competitor right where it hurts - in several of the biggest enterprise sectors. Google let it be known this week that with Google Drive for Work, they’ve brought on encryption in transit and on-server, audit and activity APIs, and enhanced admin controls, all a part of their plan to continue pulling enterprise customers away from Microsoft’s Office suite.

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Office for Android may be coming ahead of Windows 8

Office for Android may be coming ahead of Windows 8

At BUILD, Microsoft showed what looked to be a more touch-friendly version of Office. While there is already a touchy-feely version available for iOS, those with Android or Windows Mobile devices are currently left wanting. A new round of rumors suggest Microsoft will forgo Windows in favor of Android getting the new Office first, though.

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Office for iPad’s first update: AirPrint support and more

Office for iPad’s first update: AirPrint support and more

It has been a touch over a month since Microsoft released Office for iPad, and over the past 33 days users have been vocal about the various changes they'd like to see made. Following this, Microsoft has announced the first update for the software today, bringing about some of those most requested features.

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iWork update features new editor design and better sharing options

iWork update features new editor design and better sharing options

Apple has just pushed out a major update to the three core members of its iWork productivity suite. This latest versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote include a ton of features that improve the user experience in both the editing process as well as in sharing documents.

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Office for iPad release set for 11AM PST today

Office for iPad release set for 11AM PST today

This week the folks at Microsoft responsible for Office have revealed that they’ll be releasing the first full-blown iPad iteration of the app today. This release will take place at 11AM Pacific time - that’s 1PM Central or 2PM Eastern - and it’ll be free. You can view documents and give presentations of documents without cost, but you’ll be paying a subscription fee to edit.

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Office for iPad tipped for unveiling next week

Office for iPad tipped for unveiling next week

Last month, word surfaced via sources that the long-awaited Office for iPad would be arriving in the first half of this year, something that has now been refined to a far more narrow timeline: this month. Specifically, according to the latest information, it will be introduced during CEO Satya Nadella's press event next week.

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Office for Mac update arrives this year

Office for Mac update arrives this year

Mac users who have been long awaiting a proper Microsoft Office update can rejoice: the company's Manager for Office in Germany has stated a new release will arrive some time later on this year, marking the first version update since 2011.

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Microsoft Office Online replaces Office Web Apps

Microsoft Office Online replaces Office Web Apps

Microsoft has announced a change today for its Office Web Apps. Those Office Web Apps have been around for a long time now. Microsoft has announced that it has renamed the Office Web Apps and added some updates to the service.

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Office 365 to work with eSignature soon as Microsoft pens DocuSign deal

Office 365 to work with eSignature soon as Microsoft pens DocuSign deal

This week the folks at Microsoft responsible for keeping Office at the head of every office’s mind have made clear their intent to move forward with signatures. In this case, this means that they’ve signed a deal with DocuSign so that their reputable electronic signature authorization - eSignature - will work with Office 365.

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Google Sheets update adds offline editing

Google Sheets update adds offline editing

Google has been trying to lure users away from the class dominating Microsoft Office productivity suite for a long time. One of the best tools that Google has to lure users away from Office is its free online alternatives. One of those alternatives is called Google Sheets.

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Elop as Microsoft CEO said to consider axing Xbox and Bing

Elop as Microsoft CEO said to consider axing Xbox and Bing

Since the August announcement that Steve Ballmer was out as CEO of Microsoft, more than a few rumors have surfaced on who would take his place - one of the more titalating of these being former Nokia head Stephen Elop. Today's suggestion from anonymous sources speaking with Bloomberg is that Elop has a non-finalized strategy for the company which includes two major changes. One of these changes is a refocusing of efforts for the company: away from Office software for Windows and towards Office for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

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