Microsoft is keen on offering the best productivity suite to its users. It has recently announced four Office 365 updates:
1. Rebranding of Lync to Skype for Business
Back then, Microsoft had five (six if Office 365 is included) communication and collaboration tools. This update is very sensible since the company is attempting to unify its communication features.
2. Release of Office apps for iPad and iPhone
The free Office apps also comes with a preview for Office apps for Android. To make the most out the apps, an Office 365 subscription is recommended; although not compulsory. Premium users may also enjoy Office’s basic and advanced editing features – a strategy in itself – users leaning towards Google Apps may be offered with a reasonable, functional alternative.
3. Work and Play bundle
Office 365 Home, Skype Unlimited World + Wifi, Xbox Live Gold, and Xbox Music Pass will be bundled for only $199; however, Microsoft chose to make this available in the US only and will be offered only until early January.
4. Partnership with Dropbox
With this partnership, users will soon be able to edit Office documents from the Dropbox mobile app.
These are just few of the many enhancements to come. Office 365 just keeps better and lets you achieve productivity at its finest.
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