Microsoft has taken its cloud-based productivity tools out of preview mode for consumers, and businesses should be getting their Office 365 update any day now.
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Microsoft has released mobile versions of its core Office products, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, for Symbian smartphone users.Although they are not yet in the Nokia Store, the apps became available for download via the Nokia software update tool and the PC-based Nokia Suite on Tuesday.
The flagship Lumia 710 and 800, launched this week, are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chips and run on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, with Microsoft Office integration and Nokia Drive
Nokia is hoping to encourage wider enterprise adoption of its Symbian Belle-based smartphones through the introduction of native Microsoft productivity apps, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
The Finnish phone maker has announced details of its newest business and entertainment-focused handsets running on the Symbian operating system
BlackBerry devices are extremely popular in the enterprise market and one thing that many of us in the business world do a lot of on the road is give presentations. LG recently rolled out their projector attachment that fits right onto the LG eXpo smartphone and here at CES 2010 RIM has announced an accessory to use with your BlackBerry to aid in giving presentations. The BlackBerry Presenter is NOT a small projector like the one we see from LG, but it is a module that connects via Bluetooth to your BlackBerry while physically being plugged into a projector or display so that you can display Microsoft PowerPoint presentations stored on your phone.
Microsoft has unveiled a technical preview of its newly christened Microsoft Office Web Apps services.
A survey released by Internet security firm Trend Micro today found that smartphone users are more worried about losing their phones or the personal data on them is more alarming than the threat of Web infections or phishing software. (Full Report Powerpoint)Consider these findings from the survey:44 percent said that surfing the Internet on a smartphone (which may not be equipped with security software) is just as safe, if not safer, as surfing on a PC.
My full review of Documents To Go for the Google Android platform went live yesterday and I just received a press release for another mobile Office suite being demoed for Android devices next week at the COMPUTEX show. ThinkFree Mobile for Android will allow you to create, view, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint presentations on your Android smartphone. The software will also support drawing of objects. The software will come with 1GB of online document storage as well so you can get to documents you may not have stored locally.
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