• Office 2016

    During the last week of September, Microsoft had discreetly unveiled the licensed availability of Office 2016. The announcement of the new productivity suite was made as early as the second quarter of this year but was only made ‘officially’ available as a licensed product for OS X and Windows last September 22. However, while everyone can agree that most of the updates are convenient and good overall, from a cloud-productivity viewpoint, many of us are already familiar with the new tools Microsoft have introduced. Here is a breakdown of some of the new features of Office 2016: Co-Authoring Also known as document synchronization, this feature allows multiple users to co-edit…

  • Windows 10 101 Everything You Need to Know

    Windows 10 has been out there for about a month already. If you’re one of those still wondering if you should get Microsoft’s latest OS, then here are all of the basics that you need to know to make that big decision: Start is Back The biggest “downside” that was very quickly noted with Windows 8 was the removal of the traditional Start button, which we have become accustomed to since the days of Windows 95. Well, it’s back, and you can now easily access it by default on Windows 10. In addition to its revival, Microsoft has implemented a few additional features to the beloved Start button, some of which will…