Microsoft Office

InTune update brings enterprise management to Office on iOS

Microsoft has announced that it will be rolling out an update to its InTune service this week that allows businesses to manage deployment of Office on iOS devices, including access to corporate data stored on the Office 365 cloud. The updates will roll out between December 9 and December 12 and focus on content lock down and management.

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Dropbox's integration with Office is complete, you can now edit docs on the fly

The Dropbox team have announced a handy new feature inside their official apps for the iPhone and iPad. With Microsoft Office documents open for viewing, it's now possible to hit the edit button to launch the installed Office suite for a more feature-rich editing experience. Once all changes have been saved everything is automatically saved to the cloud, thanks to both parties working on support bridges between the two services.

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iWork vs Microsoft Office vs Google Docs: Which iPad and iPhone office suite is best?

iPhone and iPad owners have an amazing problem — iOS is the only platform with all major office suites. The good news is: we get to choose between Apple iWork (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote), Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and Google Docs (Docs, Sheets, and Slides). The bad news is: we have to choose between Apple iWork, Microsoft Office, and Google Docs. And it can be a tough choice! iWork is great for consumers. Microsoft Office is the enterprise standard. Google Docs is increasingly everywhere. So, which one is best? We put them to the test so you can find out!

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Office 365 subscribers on iPad can now claim a refund as mobile editing goes free

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that it would be making certain Office features available for free on iOS, including the ability to create and edit documents. Previously, users had to buy an Office 365 subscription to access the functionality. If you bought an Office 365 Personal or Home subscription just to be able to edit documents on your iPad, you are now eligible to receive a refund from Microsoft.

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Microsoft Office apps come to iPhone, complete with free editing

Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel launched on iPad last spring with the requirement for an Office 365 subscription to do any real editing, but starting today not only can you get the renown productivity suite on iPhone, it's also free to do any editing.

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Great apps every iPad Air 2 owner should download right now!

If you own an iPad Air 2, the first thing you'll want to do is load up on great apps that take advantage of the all new A8X processor, Touch ID sensor, updated camera, and more. While all iPad apps available in the App Store will work perfectly fine on your new iPad Air 2, there are some that stand out from the crowd by taking advantage of the new hardware in some way or another. So if you're only looking for the best iPad apps, these are the ones we think you need to download ASAP!

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Office apps for iPad get support for AirPrint

Microsoft's suite of Office apps for the iPad have been updated with support for AirPrint. Now users can take their favorite documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and fling them through the Wi-Fi ether to a compatible printer. The updates have hit the App Store for Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

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Office 365 Personal subscription plan launched, includes iPad editing

Microsoft has today unveiled a cheaper subscription option for Office 365 – Personal. Previously, consumers had to fork out $10 a month for the Home package, allowing up to 5 installations of Office. With the new iPad suite now available, the company has launched a package that limits installations, but opens up support for iPads and comes with a more affordable price tag.

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Microsoft Office for iPad review: Yep, it's good

Office for iPad is here. That means you can now download touch-optimized, tablet-specific versions of Microsoft's Word, Excel, and PowerPoint from the App Store and view or present Office documents for free. If you want to do anything more than that, if you want to edit them, you'll need an Office 365 subscription. That can run you anywhere from a few to quite a few dollars per month, depending on the type of account you get. If you're a business user who already has a subscription, you've no doubt been waiting for Office for iPad for a long time and either had to or wanted to get it the minute it became available. If you're not a business user, however, the question isn't just whether Office for iPad is good or not, but whether it's good enough to warrant the recurring price. So, is it?

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Microsoft Office for iOS reportedly finished, so why isn't it here yet?

Microsoft Office for iPhone and iPad is reportedly ready for release, so why has no-one seen it yet? According to a report from Reuters, new Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, is at the center:

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