Microsoft Office has finally arrived for the iPad. At a recent event in San Francisco, the veteran software developer announced that its flagship offering is now available in the App Store. The Microsoft Office suite for iPad includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The newly rebranded OneDrive (formally SkyDrive) and OneNote are also available. Although it took four years for Microsoft to release an iPad version of Office, the move marks a significant shift in the company’s philosophy. Back in February, Microsoft named Satya Nadella its new CEO. Nadella has been with the company for 22 years and was previously the vice president of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise division. The company is transitioning to a "mobile-first, cloud first" business model. Making Office available across ...
Mar 28, 2014 by Paul Hagey
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