Office 2019 is now available

As of last week Microsoft has announced the release of it’s latest productivity suite, Office 2019. Currently the new edition of Office is only available in commercial markets, however it will be landing for consumers and Office 365 subscribers within the next several weeks.

Microsoft Releases Microsoft Teams

Many of you may be familiar with other group chat software’s like Slack or Skype for business. Microsoft has released its own version called “Microsoft Teams”. Microsoft Teams is integrated with Office 365 and comes with most packages. It allows the users to be part of multiple teams or different groups where the chat is backed up.

Microsoft unveils new Windows 10 devices

Yesterday, Microsoft held their Windows 10 Devices event in New York City to showcase their upcoming lineup of hardware built from the ground up for Windows 10. Terry Myerson of Microsoft revealed that since its launch at the end of July, Windows 10 has already been installed on over 110 million devices around the world.

Windows 10 – Microsoft is catering to enterprise

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft plans to allow IT professionals to buy applications in bulk from an app store, something Apple has offered for years.

But in Microsoft’s case, the IT departments will also be able to assign these apps to individual people through a username/password technology that many IT departments already use: Active Directory.

Windows 10 – Microsoft is going straight from Windows 8 to 10

Yesterday Microsoft showed off a preview of their upcoming operating system, Windows 10. That’s right, they’ve skipped Windows 9 and are going straight to Windows 10. According to Microsoft executive Terry Myerson “When you see the product in its fullness I think you will agree with us that it is a more appropriate name”.

Microsoft has envisioned an environment where one operating system is used across all devices, a platform that delivers a consistent experience no matter how you access it.