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Microsoft increases the update cycle to Office, now sits at every three weeks

Microsoft Office shifts into a higher gear, receives a quicker update cycle

| Software News | Posted: Jun 28, 2013 11:32 am

Microsoft have just updated their plans and will use their extensive cloud resources to crank out Office updates quicker, increasing the update period to every three weeks.

 

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Jeff Teper, who is the Corporate Vice President for Microsoft's Office division, has told Bloomberg "within a year, users of Internet-based versions of Office productivity software, as well as e-mail, telephony and collaboration tools, will have parts of their software refreshed weekly." Does this news help you at all? An updated Office is a better office, yes?

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