Microsoft Reinforces Their Command over the Cloud with Office 2013

Microsoft has big plans for the Cloud and Office 2013 will be intimately connected to their SkyDrive cloud-storage service. SkyDrive of course is their key cloud component for Windows 8 and while Microsoft has not yet announced pricing for the new Office suite, they have announced that it will only be $40 US to upgrade to the new OS from select previous versions which is by far their most aggressive pricing to date for the company's flagship operating system. Read the full report here.



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