Only a Select Few Testers to Receive Microsoft Office 15

Microsoft's next version of their office productivity suite software will be distributed to a select group of testers later next week, while the public beta release is reported to arrive to testers later this summer.

Microsoft is making a bold move with this release being the first time the software giant will update all platforms at once including their cloud based services, SharePoint services, Windows Phone 7 clients, Windows PC clients and Exchange users. All this, according to Microsoft's CVP of Development, PJ Hough will help people to collaborate and communicate both smarter and faster than ever before.

Microsoft's next version of their office productivity suite software will be distributed to a select group of testers later next week, while the public beta release is reported to arrive to testers later this summer.

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