Microsoft is apparently working on two new Office-branded applications that expands the perimeters of what you’d expect from a business-focused software suite.
Following its launch of Office for the iPhone in June, Microsoft has now brought Office to Android phones with basic document, spreadsheet, and presentation editing.
While Microsoft took its sweet time bringing Microsoft Office to mobile devices, CloudOn stepped in with its slick Office virtualization apps.
After more than a year of reports saying it would finally happen, Microsoft has launched a version of its flagship Office software for the iPhone that’s free to Office 365 subscribers.
You’ll be able to build, test, and roll out your very own Office-integrated apps to an audience of millions and millions. The tools will also let you deploy apps for SharePoint.
Microsoft has opened the doors for small and midsize businesses to subscribe to its cloud-connected version of Office.
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
If Microsoft wants to win in 2013, it needs to win in the mobile realm. That much is clear. But how does it take the crown from the likes of Apple and Google?
Editor’s Pick After teasing its launch for many months, Microsoft has finally released several consumer-focused versions of Office 365 and Office 2013 to 162 markets.
CloudOn beats Microsoft to the punch.
Microsoft Office for iOS is coming early next year, and a new leak from Microsoft confirms that we’re creeping closer than ever to a release.
The latest addition to our event lineup at CloudBeat 2012 is CloudOn, a provider of an app for editing and collaborating on Microsoft Office documents from tablets and smartphones.
Is Microsoft making a big mistake by bringing Office to Android and iOS next year? Not at all.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Microsoft is developing native Office 2013 apps for iOS and Android, and a Microsoft product manager seemingly confirmed, yet again, that these apps would arrive shortly.
Microsoft has opened its new Office Store, an app marketplace aimed at adding new capabilities to Office and Office 365 apps.
Last year at the DEMO conference, R. Paul Singh was forced to return home to find a simple document on his computer that he couldn’t access via his iPad. He couldn’t access the file over e-mail, remote desktop was too slow, and he forgot to upload it to his Dropbox account before he left in the morning.
Microsoft’s long-anticipated Office software suite for the Apple iPad will likely launch in the next few weeks, according to a report by The Daily. However, Microsoft has denied the story.
The iPad has become a surprisingly hot device for the enterprise since its launch in April 2010.
Software platform oneDrum, launching today, takes collaboration software where it needs to go: backwards.
A new video created by Microsoft shows how the company imagines technology will progress in the future, with mobile devices and interactive touch screens playing an even bigger role in our lives.
Cisco on Monday announced it has acquired Versly, a young privately-held startup that develops tools to help users collaborate using Microsoft Office programs.
Microsoft’s online office suite, Office 365, finally hit the streets Tuesday. But it’s about five or six years too late to the cloud-based office software game and unlikely to provide much benefit to smaller and mid-sized companies, according to a number of executives of large enterprise software providers.
Microsoft caught up with the present today with the launch of Office 365, a suite of its well-known Office software tailored for the cloud.
Microsoft’s proposed $8.5 billion deal to purchase Skype has won antitrust approval, the Federal Trade Commission announced today.
The Xbox and Kinect motion controller are again Microsoft’s brightest stars as the company posted strong earnings and 60 percent growth in its entertainment division, even though sales of its flagship Windows operating system fell slightly amid weak personal computer demand.
Microsoft isn’t all about Windows: Some serious growth in its entertainment and business divisions helped spur Microsoft to a strong finish in the second quarter of its 2011 fiscal year, with revenue up 5 percent.
Microsoft seems to have a new mantra: When all else fails, shoot for a bigger audience.
Google announced today it is giving Microsoft Office users a way to bring their documents into Google Docs without having to leave the Office application.
Microsoft, the maker of the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office, brought in $16.2 billion in revenue in its most recent quarter — up 25 percent from the same quarter a year ago — thanks to strong sales of Microsoft Office and Windows 7 in the enterprise sector, it announced in its quarterly earnings report today.