Microsoft Unveils New Office Productivity Suite

Microsoft offers up their new Office suite with an annual subscription including an abundance of online storage for all your files in the new cloud-focused suite. Microsoft’s new Office Home Premium 365 went on sale today for a cool $99.99 for a 1-years subscription of the modern Office suite. Bundled with the deal is the typical Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote Publisher, Access all on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis with another new twist, each subscription now comes with five different installation codes providing the subscriber with the ability to install the individual bundled application on multiple systems allowing the user to use it at home or the office and with the included 20 GB of cloud storage on Microsoft’s SkyDrive service, there should be no lack of space to keep everything safe and available. Read the full story here.



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