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Microsoft Office is becoming Microsoft 365

Effective November 1, 2022, the new Microsoft 365 App will replace Effective January 1, 2023, the new Microsoft 365 App will also replace the Office mobile app and the Office app for Windows. The “traditional” perpetual licenses for Office 2021 stay branded as Office at this time. There are

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Microsoft Frontline Worker device rules updated

From August 1, 2022, the Microsoft device screen size limitations for Frontline Workers change. Microsoft Office 365 F3 and Microsoft 365 F1/F3 licenses may be assigned to users who use a primary work device with a single screen smaller than 10.9″. This has been increased from the formerly 10.1″. This

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Microsoft 365 and Outlook for Windows connectivity

Starting November 1, 2021 and completed by mid-May 2022, the following versions of Microsoft Outlook for Windows, as part of Office and Microsoft 365 Apps, will retire and will not be able to connect with Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services anymore: Office 2007: all versions of Outlook for Windows

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Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus device-based licensing announced

Microsoft announced that a Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus device add-on license will be available for Enterprise Agreement (EA) and Enterprise Subscription Agreement (EAS) customers in the summer of 2020. This will effectively allow a Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus license to be assigned to a device so that multiple users can

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Microsoft Office Online name change

Microsoft announced that they will remove the branding “Online” for the web version of Office and introduce new terminology for the apps on the web. Apps like Word Online are now called “Word for the web” or “Word in a browser”. This new terminology is already reflected in the product

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