Friday, 18 January 2013

Office 2013 Professional Plus; Sharp cuts iPad screen production; RIM's port-a-thon for developers

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TechRepublic Member | January 18, 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 now available to business users via Home Use Program

Microsoft continues to march toward the launch of its new Office, making Office 2013 Professional Plus available to business users with Software Assurance subscriptions. Read more

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