Microsoft Office and Office 365
- January 11, 2013
As a writer, I spend what time I'm not reading and researching various technical subject matters writing about those same things. My tool of choice (or mandate, for most of the publishers for whom ...
- May 17, 2010
Look around the technology news landscape these days, and you'll see much of it in the clouds — or rather, making much of the importance, dominance, or < insert your own superlative here > ...
- April 15, 2010
Although Microsoft has made some enhancements to Outlook in Office 2010, companies that use SharePoint Server have the most to gain from the updated software.
- July 14, 2009
Microsoft's Office 2010 is due out next year. Enterprises can now test the software if they are part of Microsoft's Technical Preview program.
- May 24, 2009
Last week, starting May 15, the pre-release version of the forthcoming MS Office 2010 started to make its way into a select group of invited participants as part of Microsoft's Technical Preview ...
- April 28, 2009
Microsoft Office 2007 service pack 2, which is ready for download, supports an expansive list of document formats.
- November 28, 2006
With Office 2007, Microsoft is releasing SharePoint as a collaboration boost for Office 2007. IT managers are asking how to adapt SharePoint Services to their businesses.
- November 06, 2006
Microsoft has officially sent its Office 2007 suite to manufacturing.
- May 19, 2006
Update: Symantec says a targeted exploit uses Microsoft Word to open a backdoor in users' systems. It recommends blocking .doc files at the network perimeter. Microsoft is working on a fix.
- February 16, 2006
Here comes Office 2007. The next version of Microsoft's application suite will be ready this year along with the Vista desktop, but it will be a while before they both show up in the enterprise.
- November 02, 2005
Microsoft released a Web-based version of Office as a service for small business. But enterprise users may find it a faster way to get new version of Office applications, which is not good news for the network.
- July 14, 2005
Although flaws in Microsoft Word, JView Profiler and the Microsoft Color Management Module require end-user action to trigger harmful events, two security experts recommend speedy deployment of patches for them.