Microsoft’s latest release of Office 365 is the latest version of the popular suite of productivity software, which Microsoft first introduced in 2012.
The software now includes a new suite of apps and services that allow users to share and collaborate more easily across different devices, such as PCs, tablets, smartphones, and Xbox consoles.
The company’s Office team has been busy updating the software with new features in recent months.
Microsoft’s new productivity suite features new features, but they’re not limited to the new version of Office.
The new suite includes a suite of new tools and tools that allow people to share documents, notes, presentations, and presentations with other users across devices.
Microsoft also added a new feature called SharePoint Pro, which is similar to SharePoint Online for Office 365.
SharePointPro, which will be available later this month, lets users work with each other across a number of devices, including Windows 10, iOS, Android, and the web.
The most interesting new features are in the SharePoint Cloud Suite, which lets people collaborate across devices with the same Office 365 accounts.
The cloud suite includes SharePoint and SharePoint Server 2016, which means the Office 365 subscription will be the only source of access to the cloud suite for people who have Office 365 Pro.
For people who haven’t yet purchased Office 365, Microsoft is offering a new plan that allows users to upgrade to the Office 2019 suite at no cost.