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Microsoft Office iOS apps adds Outlook integration, improved sharing, protected documents, & more

Microsoft is rolling out an update to some its Office iOS apps today that includes a handful of new features for the Word, PowerPoint, and Excel iPhone and iPad apps. Among the new features, all three apps get support for viewing protected documents and Outlook integration. For Outlook, users now have the ability to “send […]

Office apps for iPhone and iPad gain viewing of protected files and more

Microsoft has released new versions of its Word, Excel and PowerPoint Office apps for iPhone and iPad. The updates add a way for those users to view files that have been previously protected, along with some other additional features;...Show More Summary

Microsoft Announces Azure Rights Management Support For Office On iOS

Microsoft today announced that they are adding Azure Rights Management’s policy-driven protection in Office for iPad and on iPhone devices. With this functionality, you are now able to view the rights protected Office documents natively on your iPad and iPhone devices. Azure Rights Management Timeline: Outlook app on iOS and Android will start supporting Azure Rights […]

Microsoft to deliver Advanced Threat Analytics cybersecurity product in August

Microsoft will make its Advanced Threat Analytics cybersecurity software available starting in August. Azure Rights Management support for iPhones and iPads running Office is coming this week.

Microsoft updates universal apps for iOS, Android, Windows 10

Microsoft is combining its formerly separate OneNote for iPhone and iPad apps, updating its OneNote for Android app and removing the preview tag from Office Universal for Windows 10.

OfficeSuite Professional: the complete business tool for mobiles

This post was sponsored by MobiSystems, provider of mobile apps for Android, iOS, iPhone, iPad, and Windows Phone Ah, the office. It’s changed a bit since the days of square foam ceiling tiles and dull grey room dividers. The technology has changed a bit, too. Show More Summary

Egg freckles? Apple is working on handwriting recognition for iPad Pro

Steve Jobs may have been adamant that the iPad would never ship with a stylus, but more and more evidence is mounting that the upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Pro will do exactly that. Today, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published … Read more ›

Microsoft launches an iPad Sway app, Windows 10 version coming later this summer

Microsoft launched its newest Office program, Sway, last October as a way to easily publish full webpage stories for whatever is on your mind. Up until now though, it’s only been available on the Web and iOS, so Microsoft today released an iPad version of the app and detailed an upcoming Windows 10 version. Show More Summary

Microsoft Brings Office to Android Smartphones

Today Microsoft announced that their line of Office applications has made its way to Android smartphones. After launching the first touch-optimized version of Office on the iPad, Microsoft has gradually been building out support for Android. Show More Summary

Meet Envoy, The Startup Everyone From Airbnb To Yahoo Is Using To Check In Guests

Before you can tour the offices at a big tech company in San Francisco or Silicon Valley, chances are you’ll have to sign in on an iPad first. Resting at the front desk, the device prompts you for your name and often demands you sign a non-disclosure agreement before your [...]

Postal Workers Allegedly Wrote Fake Letters To Operation Santa To Score Presents

Three postal workers have been charged with scamming a midtown post office's annual toy drive by posing as needy kids in handwritten letters to 'Santa' asking for iPads, laptops, headphones and snow boots, among other 'gifts.' [ more › ]

There Is No App For Stupidity

(Office Supply Store | FL, USA) Office Supply Store | FL, USA Categories: Extra Stupid Technology Tags: Office Supply Store Office Supply Store | FL, USA(I am showing a gentleman where our screen protectors are for iPads.) Me: “Here is where we have all our screen protectors. Show More Summary

Salesforce, SAP, Uber, Do and Smartsheet add-ins and extensibility solutions for Office 365

On this week’s show we explore Office extensibility updates and take a tour of solutions from Salesforce, SAP, Uber, Do and Smartsheet across Office applications, Office Online in the browser and even Office for iPad. The post Salesforce, SAP, Uber, Do and Smartsheet add-ins and extensibility solutions for Office 365 appeared first on Office Blogs.

Hands on with Microsoft Excel for iPad’s new add-in support

Microsoft has announced that Office for iPad apps will gain the ability to use add-in apps like its desktop and web Office components; we go hands on with the updated Excel for iPad.

Office apps for iPhone and iPad can now open, edit, and store files on iCloud

Microsoft's Office apps for the iPhone and iPad can all connect to Apple's iCloud storage service to store, open, and edit files, thanks to new updates for those apps. The new versions of the Word, PowerPoint, and Excel iOS apps should make it easier for users to quickly store their documents remotely using iCloud. Show More Summary

Dropbox for iOS adds file commenting & 1Password login, creating Office docs coming soon

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Dropbox is rolling out a new version of its iPhone and iPad app today with a new features including commenting and mentions, a new ‘Recent’ files tab, and 1Password integration. Dropbox for iOS will also gain the ability to create Microsoft Office files including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents directly from the app soon. The ‘Recent’ tab is […]

Dropbox for iPhone and iPad adds comments, will soon allow creation of Office files

Dropbox has a new update rolling out today for the iPhone and iPad that adds some new features. A future update will allow users to create Microsoft Office files from within the app. The Dropbox 3.9 update lets users add comments to files on the iPhone and iPad, which it added to the web version in late April, along with some other new features. Show More Summary

Office For iPad Will Get Add-Ins Support, Android To Follow Later

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Users who have used Microsoft Office for the desktop are probably familiar with add-ins. Essentially one could think of add-ins for Office as how extensions are for browsers where users can add more features and functionality to the app that might make their life more convenient. Show More Summary

Office for iPhone & iPad will soon support cross-platform add-ins from services like Uber and LinkedIn

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It was hard to miss the iPhone 6 and iPad Air on stage during the beginning of Microsoft’s BUILD conference for developers. It turns out the Apple devices were used to demo a new feature coming to Office for iPhone and iPad called add-ins… Satya Nadella described Office as a productivity platform rather than a standalone […]

It's game over for OnLive cloud gaming

The OnLive streaming service is selling its patents to Sony and shutting down. Meanwhile, Microsoft's Office Lens app launches for Android and iOS and the iPad turns 5....

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