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Many features have been altered or added in Microsoft's application suite, with implications for enterprise desktop admins. See which ones can be helpful, as well as where Microsoft Office 2013 sits in the market in comparison with alternatives such as Google Docs.  Access >>>

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  • Office 2013 is still relevant for business
  • Why the Office 2013 suite beats the alternatives
  • Office 2013 addresses security configuration, digital signatures

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