Are you a developer or user of Microsoft Access or know someone who is? Interested in expanding your knowledge about the new web capabilities in Access 2013 or how to improve Access desktop applications? There are two upcoming events that you might consider attending to gain knowledge on Microsoft Access and Access Services from seasoned professionals.
Office Lens is a great app for capturing whiteboard notes and paper documents and saving them in OneNote. Today it got even better with the ability to convert pictures of whiteboard notes and paper documents directly into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations—that you can edit, author and edit again.
One of the most basic and common things to do with OneDrive is opening a file, but sadly doing this simple operation hasn’t been so simple for developers. We recognized this pain point and are excited to finally release the Android open picker to make this common task easy and seamless for developers and OneDrive users.
As we continue to bring Microsoft Office to all platforms and devices, it’s important for customers to manage their Office 365 subscription—easily and on the go. You asked for more flexibility in signing up for Office 365 subscriptions on iPad. So starting today, you can buy a monthly subscription to Office 365 from within Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPad.
The lines between work and personal life have blurred. People use the same devices for work and personal purposes. Anywhere and anytime, people need to be able to easily access, share, edit and collaborate on the files that matter to them. Today we are excited to announce the first OneDrive for Business native experience on Android, part of a significant update to the existing personal OneDrive app.
Every dollar that we can save in how we conduct business goes directly to helping another child. By adopting Office 365, we’re saving thousands from eliminating outdated systems, reducing long-distance telephone charges and unnecessary travel, and achieving overall operational efficiencies. That means a lot more children are getting the medical help they need.” — Frank Byrum, CTO of Operation Smile