Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday said that Microsoft's Office for iPad is a "key franchise" in enterprise, an area where Apple is pushing for tablet dominance, but admitted the software could have come a bit sooner.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time to answer a question about Microsoft Office for iPad arriving this past month, and his answer was surprisingly long. “I do see that Office is a very key franchise,” he said, and also added that he “wholeheartedly welcome[s] Microsoft to the App Store.” Cook admitted that Apple’s “customers are clearly responding in a good way that… Read More
On Apple’s earnings call, Tim Cook directly addresses concerns surrounding iPad. Notably, he calls out Office as helping iPad sales somewhat but ‘frankly’ admits that Microsoft should have released Office for iPad sooner. He says that...Show More Summary
Microsoft's notched impressive wins of late, including unveiling Office for Apple's iPad. So what should investors expect when it reports this week?
Microsoft finally brought Office to the iPad. However, there are unintended consequences of this move the company and investors should be aware of.
Ever since Office for iPad launched a few weeks ago, folks have been claiming that it costs $100 just to use it. This isn’t true at all. And as of now, with Microsoft’s new Office 365 Personal plan for $7 … Read more ›
Satya Nadella has been the CEO of Microsoft for a whole 70 days, during which he's been changing the company's direction at a blistering pace. He's already launched Office for iPad, reshuffled executives, released a free version of Windows,...Show More Summary
Microsoft has launched a much cheaper version called Microsoft Office 365 Personal Edition that costs just $6.99/month on subscription and $69.99 for a year. After launching the much hyped free Office for iPad, users realized it only allowed read access to these files, and they needed to buy an Office 365 subscription to edit or create Office... Show More Summary
Launched to much fanfare, the suite of Office apps for iPad continue to be among the most downloaded apps in the App Store. Be it curiousity or a genuine interest in having access to the ubiquitous productivity suite, there is no denying the popularity of Excel, Word and PowerPoint becoming available on the iPad. Show More Summary
Pricing on Microsoft's Office 365 service became a little more affordable for individual users on Tuesday, as the company launched a new "Personal" subscription plan priced at $69.99 per year.
Microsoft finally launched its Office productivity suite for iPad a few weeks ago, but the free application will only let users view documents unless an Office 365 subscription is purchased. The company offers new subscribers a way to purchase Office 365 inside the iOS application for $99.99 per year, out of which Apple gets its own cut. Show More Summary
Microsoft today started selling its Office 365 Personal subscription, a less expensive version of Office 365 that targets individual users. The cloud-based subscription service provides access to online versions of Microsoft's Office...Show More Summary
Microsoft is launching a cheaper ‘Personal’ Office 366 subscription today that will give you access to the cloud services and mobile apps for $69/year or $6.99/month opposed to the $99/year Home subscription. The new Personal subscription only provides access for one Mac (or PC) and iPad (or tablet) instead of the 5 PC or Macs […]
Microsoft launched a personal-sized Office 365 plan on Tuesday morning that knocks the monthly cost down to a manageable $7.
Microsoft has today unveiled a cheaper subscription option for Office 365 – Personal. Previously, consumers had to fork out $10 a month for the Home package, allowing up to 5 installations of Office. With the new iPad suite now available, the company has launched a package that limits installations, but opens up support for iPads and comes with a more affordable price tag.
Microsoft's newest Office 365 subscription plan is now generally available and includes iPads among the devices it supports.
Microsoft isn't done with Office updates just because it released Office for iPad and made Office Mobile completely free -- it has a bunch of improvements in store for Office Online, too. To start with, Office has reached the Chrome Web Store. You...
Like many older tech professionals (those of us about 30 years or older), you grew up on Corel’s Word Perfect. But over time Microsoft Word’s more feature rich and well marketed product, Microsoft Office took over market share. I was pleasantly surprised to see that Corel Wordperfect for iPad launched – but more pleasantly surprised [...]Show More Summary
There's a lot to like about Microsoft Office for iPad but users have one big gripe about it: the price. The only way to get it is to have a subscription to Microsoft's paid cloud Office app, Office 365. Pricing for Office 365 is complicated. Show More Summary
Rene and Peter discuss the Heartbleed exploit, analyze the analysts 2014 Apple product predictions, and talk Office of iPad, iWork updates, Lightroom for iPad, and Monument Valley. Subscribe in iTunes: Audio Subscribe in RSS: Audio Download directly: Audio