<p>Hi everyone! By now folks have also been able to see that we’ve changed the default save location in Office to SkyDrive. We're excited to talk about the change, and why it offers the best experience for storing, sharing and collaborating Office documents. </p>Read more Office and SkyDrive for Windows
<p>This blog post is brought to you by Dan Battagin, Group Program Manager for the Excel Web App team. Greetings - I hope everyone's been enjoying the content on the blog over the last few releases, and that everyone's excited to see what's coming in the next version of Office, Excel, and the Excel Web App. Jane mentioned in her last post how we went about deciding what to invest in, and today I’ll share with you some of the broad investment areas for the browser-based versions of Excel. Of course, all I expect that to do is whet your appetite – so in the coming months the team and I will take you through the details of some of the key changes/additions we've made. As always - we'd love to get your feedback here or directly through the public beta that's available on SkyDrive or Office365. So without further ado, let's see what's on the topic list!</p>Read more Excel Web App – What’s now available in a browser near you?
<p>I’m excited to talk about updates to the Office Web Apps, which are now available live on SkyDrive and the Office 365 Preview. You can try out the new Office Web Apps on SkyDrive by signing in using this special link or you can participate in the Office 365 Preview. Either way, you will get the same new Office Web Apps when you create or click on a Word, Excel, PowerPoint or OneNote document. </p>Read more The new Office Web Apps
<p> The transitions that organizations and people are making to the cloud enable many new opportunities for sharing with others. We believe that the best way to leverage the cloud is to connect the best-of-breed applications to feature-rich services. We do not believe that a one-size-fits-all browser based solution is suitable to meet the needs of both work and personal computing because it misses so many opportunities to leverage the power of rich applications. We know that people work online and offline - internet connectivity should never be a barrier to productivity. These beliefs underlie our work in connecting Office to the cloud and shape our philosophy for the entire release. In this post, we'd like to talk about how we've taken Office and connected it more naturally to the cloud. Let us know what you think about these new capabilities and please give us feedback about what you'd like to hear more about in the coming posts.</p>Read more Office and the Cloud