Microsoft Office For IPad To Launch On March 27

Posted: Mar 18 2014, 10:11am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 18 2014, 10:14am CDT, in News | Technology News

Microsoft Office for iPad to Launch on March 27
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Microsoft CEO may launch an iPad version Microsoft Office on March 27 during his press event in San Francisco.

It has now been widely speculated that Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella is going to launch an iPad version Microsoft Office on March 27. Actually, Satya Nadella is going to address the media in a special press conference on March 27th in San Francisco. And an internal source linked to that press event has told Reuters that Nadella will "use his first big press appearance to launch the company's most profitable product in a version compatible with Apple Inc's popular tablet."

Microsoft has already sent invitations to the press. The invites states that Nadella will discuss "news related to the intersection of cloud and mobile." As Microsoft is allegedly working on its own iPad and iPhone versions of Office from previous many months, it is widely expected that Nadella can launch Microsoft Office for iPad during the press event.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has already launched its best and cheapest Office 365 personal suite. A free version of OneNote for Mac was also launched yesterday. Along with launch of OneNote for Mac yesterday, Microsoft Corporation has also announced that it is going to end the support for Windows XP and Office 2003 on April 8, 2014.

It means that just 20 more days are left for all small businesses and consumers to upgrade to Microsoft’s new operating system and productivity software,Windows 8.1 and Office 365, respectively. And Microsoft knows that it will be a little different for people using old technology from more than a decade ago. But Microsoft offers all of its users a few simple tips that will make the transition easier.

Windows 8.1 and Office 365 have been designed for how we work today. These new technologies provide people with a consistent and personalized experience no matter which device they’re using or where they’re working, enabling them to collaborate with colleagues and get business done efficiently,” said Thomas Hansen, Vice President of Worldwide Small and Medium Businesses, Microsoft. “For small businesses, solutions like Windows 8.1 and Office 365 boost productivity from day one, allowing them to carry their office in their pocket.”

Microsoft wants to make the transition smooth for all customers who are moving from Windows XP and Office 2003 to Windows 8.1 and Office 365. Therefore, the company prepares a list of top tips to help new Windows 8.1 and Office 365 users to start running their devices.

Here is a list of tips and tricks for Office 365:

  • Microsoft Office 365 Web version has all the familiar Office apps that people already know and use. So users should explore the web version online.
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are available free online through the Office Web Apps.
  • Microsoft Office 365 also allows employees to access their email, calendars and contacts, and use their team site to share and collaborate on documents from anywhere and on nearly any device.
  • Office 365 can also be easily connected to any mobile devices via Office Web apps. Users can access Office 365 on any mobile device.
  • And Windows Phone and iPhone users can also download specific apps for easier access to their emails and files.

Read the top tips for transition from Windows XP to Windows 8.1 here.

You can get more information about how to jump from outdated technology to new Windows 8.1 and Office 365 here.

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