Microsoft Readies Their Office 365 Document Management Suite for the Legal World of Attorneys

Signaling a possible interest by the company in creating vertical-industry tools for the suite, Microsoft has announced the product, called Matter Center for Office 365, Monday, saying it’s in limited preview and available via a beta program to which customers can apply. The company provided few details about how the product works and what features it has, focusing instead on the fact that it is closely integrated with Office 365. Customers will be able to use Matter Center from within the suite’s interface and components, like the Word and Excel apps, the SharePoint Online collaboration server and the OneDrive for Business cloud storage service. Read the full story here.



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