The Document Foundation on Wednesday took the wraps off LibreOffice 5.1, which comes with a variety of improvements and a performance bump.
Hot on the heels of last week's Dropbox app for Windows 10 launch, Dropbox is back with the release of new collaboration features that once again ratchet up its integration with Microsoft Office.
Office 365 subscribers who are Mac users can now sign up to be Office Insiders.
Microsoft will put Julie Larson-Green, a long-serving exec, in charge of its Office suite of products.
Microsoft published just six security bulletins on Patch Tuesday, resolving a total of 33 individual vulnerabilities. However, with three of these bulletins pegged as critical and the fact that they pertain to the most commonly used versions of Office and Windows, security experts are advising users to apply them as soon as possible.
Microsoft has added new features for its email client Outlook that brings it closer in-line to social websites and collaborative enterprise environments.
Microsoft today announced acquisitions aimed at building Project Online, according to a blog post from the company's Office team.
Microsoft today released its Office 2016 productivity suite globally, which brings with it new versions of the Office desktop apps for Windows, namely Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Project, Visio and Access. One of the most notable updates is co-authoring capabilities for the desktop versions of Word, PowerPoint and OneNote for documents that are stored on OneDrive.
Another city has decided to swap out Microsoft Office for the open source LibreOffice productivity suite. As ZDNet reported, the municipality of Bari in Italy is currently installing the open-source office software on its 1,700 PCs, after a successful trial involving 100 PCs. The news follows another from last week that saw the Italian Ministry of Defense Information Systems installing LibreOffice on a whopping 150,000 desktops, according to ZDNet.
It looks like the leak that pegged the release of Microsoft Office 2016 to September 22 was spot-on. This was confirmed in a blog post earlier today by Julia White, the general manager of the Microsoft Office division.