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Displaying items by tag: Office

Tuesday, 13 October 2009 08:30

Office Web Apps OK for Mac

Microsoft has confirmed Mac compatibility for the forthcoming Office Web Apps. Office Web Apps is essentially Microsoft's 'software plus services' response to Google Docs.
Published in Core Dump
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 11:00

IBM extends Lotus Symphony with widgets

In an attempt to broaden the appeal of its Lotus Symphony productivity software, IBM has released a number of widgets that boost the suite's collaborative capabilities.

Published in Development
Friday, 07 August 2009 03:22

What's ahead for August's Patch Tuesday

Microsoft has provided advance notice of nine bulletins this month, five of them critical. There's even a critical update directed at the company's Mac software.

Today's release of the service pack adds full Office Live Workspace and Sharepoint connectivity, enabling Mac Office apps to open and save documents stored on those servers.

Published in Development
Had your fill of pre-release and now release candidate Windows 7 from Microsoft, and want something else shiny and new to try out? Step right up and take your chances with the law while downloading a “pirate” copy of the Office 2010 Technical Preview, now available at all those endangered torrent sites near you.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 09 April 2009 07:46

Microsoft fined 9m euros for price-fixing

Microsoft has been fined €9 million by the German competition authority for collusion with retailers to set the prices of Office Home and Student 2007.
Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 25 February 2009 17:37

Warning: Excel Zero Day Vulnerability

Microsoft has issued a security advisory regarding a zero day vulnerability which could allow remote code execution upon the opening of an Excel file.

Published in Market
When Microsoft launched Office 2007, it also introduced the new “ribbon” interface, hated by some and loved by others. Screenshots of the Office 14 suite, said to be due for release in 2010, now show the ribbon is everywhere – but will Microsoft update Powerpoint so it matches and betters the “cinema transitions” in Apple’s Keynote?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 13:44

Want to ride Google Apps reseller train? Hop aboard

Google has taken a step closer to entering the business office productivity space dominated by Microsoft Office with the launch of an authorised reseller program for its online Google Apps Premier Edition for businesses. The Google Apps Premier Edition suite includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites, Google Talk, and Google Video for business and is a paid subscription service.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 13 January 2009 19:08

Does anyone care about Office 14?

Sorry to disappoint those fans of MS Office who were hoping to see an Office 14 release ahead of the official Windows 7 arrival. According to some leaked Microsoft slides, it looks like that is not going to happen. Not that anyone actually cares, do they?

Published in Development




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