This episode marks the first in a three part series, as hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh go deeper on automating the new Office for your organization. Watch as they reveal the second XStream install of the season, as host and pilot Yoni attempts an Office 365 ProPlus install, with no Internet access, while performing outrageously high-G aerobatics.
Five shows into the series, we’ve looked at options, changes and what’s new in the new Office. We threw a skydiver out of a plane to test if Office 365 ProPlus could be installed during 90 seconds of free fall; we took a look at the new Office telemetry to help you optimize your Office configuration; we’ve explored identity and data access with the new user-based Office and caught up…
Reliable business intelligence and insight are key to a thriving business. Excel, SharePoint and Office 365 make business intelligence (BI) in the new Office more accessible to everyone across an organization as part of their everyday work. New and enhanced features in familiar tools such as Excel empower everyone in a business to easily explore, model, analyze, and visualize data. With SharePoint, users of all levels can collaboratively develop and…
As blogger-in-chief of MommaSaid.net for the past 10 years, Jen Singer has used technology to work around her kids’ (and occasionally, her cat’s) schedules. She’s done pre-show interviews with TV producers from the supermarket cereal aisle and edited books on her laptop while waiting for track practice to end. Now with SkyDrive, Microsoft’s cloud-based storage system, her Office can truly be wherever she is. She started writing this blog post…
Please join us Wednesday, April 3 at 9am PT/12pm ET for a special episode of the new Office Garage Series with live discussion and Q&A as we are joined by well-known technology analyst, author and blogger, Paul Thurrott (winsupersite.com), early adopter customers, and expert Microsoft Office engineers. Read on to mark your calendar and tune in.
In this episode, the intrepid Garage Series hosts explore the change in guard of compatibility tools. Conducting the great race of Office installs, they catch up with Office engineer John Hoegger about Microsoft’s own implementation of the new Office globally. Watch as they examine user training, compatibility and pushing out the bits to answer whether or not rolling out Office just got faster.
Today, we’re releasing an update to the OneNote app in the Windows Store. It introduces a couple of brand new features and offers a few fixes. Many of you wanted better pen customization while drawing and handwriting, as well as the ability to quickly flip between customized pens. Now you can do both with the updated app. Read on to learn more and download the update.
In this episode of the Garage Series, hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh catch up with foremost security expert and Zero Day author Mark Russinovich to examine the best usage scenarios between the two commercial versions of Office–Office Professional Plus 2013 and Office 365 ProPlus–while demonstrating identity, activation and data access with a user-based Office.
Did you know there is a translation feature built into your favorite Office applications? Whether you work with teams spread across the globe, want to research documents in other languages, or would like to eavesdrop on café conversations as you backpack across Europe, Microsoft Translator is an easy way to translate words and phrases.