Project planning in the cloud

The future of planning—online project planning in the cloud

For almost any company, large or small, project management is necessary for getting—and remaining—organized. There are multiple project management tools available to help your business manage resources, project and control costs, communicate effectively with multiple team members, and track progress on any project. While some of these tools can be installed as software on individual network computers, many of them are web-based—in other words, they’re available in the cloud.

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Microsoft Office apps are ready for the iPad Pro

Microsoft Office apps are ready for the iPad Pro. As we announced in September, we have optimized Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote apps for the iPad Pro. Starting today, these Office apps are now available and take full advantage of new multitasking features, so you can be productive on your iPad Pro right away.

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Outlook for iOS and Android gains momentum, gets new look

It’s been an exciting journey for all of us on the Microsoft Outlook team since launching Outlook apps for iOS and Android in January. To help us continue to accelerate this momentum, we asked our new friends from Sunrise for some help. We put their design expertise to work helping us deliver a more beautiful, improved experience. —Read more about the fresh new look for Outlook for iOS and Android.

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What’s new in Project 2016

We are excited to announce availability of Project 2016. This release includes significant updates to Project Professional, Project Pro for Office 365 and Project Online. Project 2016 delivers on some of the most requested capabilities: Resource Engagements and Resource Capacity Planning. Supporting these key capabilities are enhancements such as new Resource Plans, Capacity heat maps and a brand new experience for resource managers.