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Traditionally, tablets have been great for reading, listening to music, watching movies, or keeping the kids entertained, but they haven't met everyone's needs for staying organized and getting things done. All that changed with last week's announcement of Microsoft Surface with Windows RT, which, like all Windows RT devices, comes with Office Home & Student 2013 RT preinstalled at no additional charge.
Today, we're introducing a new offering for university and college students called Office 365 University. Available in the first quarter of 2013, Office 365 University will be offered online, at retail locations and at Microsoft Stores in 52 markets worldwide.
Starting today, eligible students can buy Office University 2010 or Office University for Mac 2011 and receive a free subscription to Office 365 University when it becomes available.
Today we reached an important milestone in the development of the new Office. Moments ago, the Office engineering team signed off on the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build. This milestone means the coding and testing phase of the project is complete and we are now focused on releasing the new Office via multiple distribution channels to our consumer and business customers.
This is the most ambitious release of Office we've ever done. It spans the full family of Office applications, servers and cloud services. The new Office has a fresh, touch friendly design that works beautifully on Windows 8 and unlocks modern scenarios in social, reading, note-taking, meetings and communications. We are proud to achieve this milestone and are eager to deliver this exciting release to our customers.
The new Office provides powerful new capabilities and advancements that enterprises can get excited about. This fall, we have two major product-focused conferences - Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) in September and Microsoft SharePoint Conference (SPC) in November - that will dive deep into new features for enterprises. However, today you can view a video from July's Office preview event, which features demos of a sampling of the new Office's enterprise capabilities.
On July 16th, we unveiled the new Office, a cloud service that works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard on new Windows devices - from PCs to tablets. With this release, we're modernizing Office, and an important part of that is the introduction of new subscriptions. Subscriptions open a host of possibilities, and subscribing to Office 365 will be the best choice for many - especially families, people with multiple devices and small businesses.
With a single subscription, you can use Office across a wide variety of devices - everything from PCs and tablets to Macs. You can easily save to and access your documents from the cloud and personalize your experience with Office. We will update Office more frequently to support new scenarios, and subscribers will always be current with the latest innovations. Subscriptions also open new possibilities like integrating web services into Office in ways never before possible; in this release, we've added Skype calling minutes and SkyDrive storage, and in the future, we'll do more.
In this post, you'll find details on how to get the new Office 365 subscriptions for consumers and small businesses when available.
Since downloading the new Office Customer Preview, you've likely updated your vocabulary to match the new things you're doing--moving documents from USB drives into the cloud or using a stylus that never runs out of ink. In honor of saying goodbye to, "I wish I could use content from this PDF," and hello to opening PDF files as familiar Word documents, we've put together a PowerPoint slideshow to celebrate just 10 of the things you'll never have to say with the new Office. There are dozens more solutions to discover, so dive into the Preview and tell @Office what features have changed your tune (hashtag #OfficePreview). If you haven't downloaded your modern Office yet, get it for free at office.com/preview.
Last week, we unveiled the new Office. This is our most ambitious release to date. It is a touch-friendly, social release that is at its best on Windows 8 works wherever you do in the cloud. As part of this introduction, we also unveiled a new logo and new naming for this modern Office. Such a significant release deserved a fresh look. This post explains the story behind the new logo and the different ways you get the new Office.
Today, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the customer preview of the new Microsoft Office, available at www.office.com/preview. The next release brings the familiar Office applications to a range of devices, including the hottest new Windows 8 tablets. The new Office also has a fast and fluid design that works with touch, stylus, mouse, or keyboard. It's also social, and unlocks modern scenarios in reading, note taking, meetings, and communications, all delivered through a personalized cloud service that's always up to date. For more information, visit Microsoft News Center.