Microsoft launches Office 2011 for Mac today, bringing Mac users the latest versions of the company’s productivity software. The release is the latest effort from the Office for Mac team, which has been delivering Microsoft software to the Mac for 13 years.
Today Microsoft announced Office 365, the next step in the company’s cloud strategy. Microsoft News Center caught up with newly appointed Microsoft Office Division President Kurt DelBene to discuss the strategy and his view of cloud services.
Microsoft announces Office 365, a new service that brings familiar applications, including Office desktop software and Office Web Apps, together with SharePoint, Exchange and Lync in the cloud, for the first time.
A transcript of remarks by Kurt DelBene, President, Microsoft Office Division; Chris Capossela, Senior Vice President, Information Worker Product Management Group; and Betsy Frost Webb, General Manager, Online Services Management, San Francisco, California, Oct. 19, 2010.
Barn-Wan Li and his team created new audio and video features for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 that allow users to more easily embed video in their presentations and even to overlay text and make basic edits to videos without leaving the program.