A big update to Office is here.
Recent Office 365 Stories
Microsoft starts testing a modern Outlook for Windows experience with Office Insiders, and Office 365 users.
Facebook is reportedly discussing ditching Microsoft for Google's G Suite over employee dissatisfaction.
Microsoft tackles productivity within workforce head-on with intelligent new features in Office 365.
For the first time in over a decade, Microsoft will redesign the user interface for its core Office-branded apps across platforms.
Microsoft is introducing major security updates to its flagship Office 365 products, launches new File Restore, encryption features for OneDrive and Outlook.
Microsoft Teams' mobile apps are getting updated with some key new features as Microsoft gets ready to launch a new freemium version of the service.
You no longer need to have an Azure Active Directory account to use Microsoft Teams' guest account feature.
Microsoft is bringing its Resume Assistant feature to Word powered by LinkedIn today.
Microsoft gives OneDrive for Business a huge push with new offers for Google, Dropbox and Box customers.
This month's Office 365 update includes a brand new look for OneDrive, a new app store for Microsoft Teams, a big Education push, and more.
Microsoft's Office suite is now available to all Windows 10 users from the Microsoft Store. Even for non-Windows 10 S users.
Microsoft releases its new Whiteboard app for Windows 10 in a preview, letting Office 365 users collaborate on a digital canvas in real-time.
Microsoft has placed a paywall inside of the Photos Remix app that asks you to subscribe to Office 365 to unlock all the features.
Today, Microsoft announced a new Office 365 service called Outlook Customer Manager. It brings CRM capabilities to small businesses.
Microsoft will launch Office 2016 for Windows on September 22. Additionally, Microsoft has revealed how it plans to update Office in the future.
With the arrival of Windows 10 and the universal Office mobile apps, Microsoft is no longer providing free Office 365 Personal subscriptions to customers.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it has taken Sway out of preview on the web, iPhone and iPad. Even more exciting, Sway is now available on Windows 10.