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Microsoft started selling Office 365, a cloud version of Office, on Tuesday.
The service will be available in 40 countries. The cloud subscription includes Web versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and other Office software, and also includes email service, SharePoint collaboration, video conferencing and instant messaging for $6 per user per month. (more…)
But has problems with sync
Microsoft has released the latest incarnation of Microsoft Office for the Mac OS X operating system.
On Tuesday, Microsoft introduced Microsoft Office 365. The latest version of the popular software suite is Microsoft’s version of next generation cloud technology. The software brings together a number of Microsoft Office productivity tools within the cloud system. Office 365 will allow users to collaborate with other users from anywhere, on nearly any device. (more…)
Microsoft today patched five vulnerabilities in Windows and Office, including a bug hackers have been exploiting for almost a month.As expected, today’s patch slate was short: Just four security updates that included fixes for five separate flaws. Of the four updates, three were rated “critical,” the highest threat ranking in Microsoft’s four-step scoring system. All five of the specific vulnerabilities patched today were also rated critical.
Microsoft on Monday released Office Web Apps on SkyDrive for users in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, and Canada.
The feature is available now on office.live.com, where users can view, edit, and share Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote documents from the browser.
Office 2010 can be used for up to 180 days without providing a product activation key, Microsoft has confirmed.
Although Microsoft generally touts a 30-day time limit for users to activate their copies of the company’s software, including Windows, a little-known command designed for corporate administrators can be used by anyone to ‘reset’ the Office 2010 countdown up to five times.
Light Patch Tuesday coming
Microsoft will ship two security updates on Tuesday to patch eight vulnerabilities in Windows and Office.
In its monthly advance notification, Microsoft spelled out next week’s two-update Patch Tuesday, a far cry from February’s massive roll-out of 13 security bulletins that fixed 26 flaws.
The downturn was not unexpected. «This is indicative of the on and off cycle that Microsoft uses,» said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Network Security. «Last month was more OS related, this month they’re patching some applications.» (more…)