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Microsoft has released the Office 2013 for business and enterprise sector today officially. The business companies and firms can buy and install Office 2013 RTM on their office PCs starting today. The general availability of Office 2013 for general public has scheduled for Q1 of next year. Currently, Release Preview of Office 2013 is available to download and try for general public.
The new Office 2013 is fully optimized to work with touch devices and stylus digital pens. It includes some awesome features which can increase your productivity dramatically. In one of my earlier post, I discussed about some of the great Office 2013 features.
In a blog post, Microsoft announced that Business customers around the world can now purchase the on-premises versions of the new Office products–including Office 2013, Exchange Server 2013, Lync Server 2013, SharePoint Server 2013, Project 2013 and Visio 2013–through Microsoft Volume Licensing. Broad availability of the new Office through retail and online channels is planned for the first quarter of 2013.
The new Office works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard to give you the ultimate productivity experience. It brings the familiar Office experience to a wide range of new devices and gives you the best experience on Windows.
To order, begin testing or learn more about Office 2013, please ask your Microsoft Account Team or your Microsoft Partner. The new Office productivity suite allows you to sync documents on wide variety of devices using SkyDrive Pro cloud services.
Have you given a try to new Office yet? If yes, share your experience with us in comments.
Source: Office Blog.