The company really, really wants you to buy Office as a subscription.
Microsoft will no longer sell one-off licenses for Office 2019 as part of its Home Use Program (HUP). As spotted by Computer World, the company updated it HUP frequently asked questions page to confirm: «Office Professional Plus 2019 and Office Home and Business 2019 are no longer available as Home Use Program offers.»
We’ve probably all been there. Hitting send on an email that, moments later, we then regret. Whether it went to the wrong person, sent in a moment of rage, or just containing an embarrassing typo, wouldn’t it be great if emails could be recalled? Well, under the right circumstances, they can be. To find out how that could be, read here…
This week Collabora has shown an early testing version of the cloud version of LibreOffice integrated with an Owncloud instance. To me and others, this marks a significant milestone in the story of LibreOffice and the Document Foundation. I’m aware that the code is not stabilized and there’s much work left to do, but by and large, LibreOffice now has its own cloud version. The repercussions of this won’t be immediately clear, in that they will likely really start when the first stable version is released along with a proper documentation so that anyone who has to administer 15 desktops can easily install and run it.
Office 2013 Technical Library in Compiled Help (download from here).