Microsoft gone Freemium: How to edit Office files in Dropbox on your smartphone or Tablet

Have Microsoft Office 360 on your smartphone or Tablet as described in my article Microsoft to introduce Office to Apple iPad on Thursday March 27th 2014??? Especially now that the Microsoft Office 360 since Thursday October 6th 2014 has gone the way of the freemium model and has split into three (3) separate Apps for Apple iPhone […]

Microsoft to introduce Office to Apple iPad on Thursday March 27th 2014

“We estimate that if 10 percent of the iPad install base were to subscribe to Office then this could add 15 million subscribers and generate $1.1 billion to $1.5 billion in consumer Office subscription revenue per year” Bernstein Research analyst Mark Moerdler said in a research note on Tuesday March 18th 2014, as reported by […]

Laptop makers go Chromebooks as Google Chrome’s Office Extension makes it easy to View and Edit Office Documents

College Students two (2) fave tools: Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel and DropBox, especially for those days you forgot to carry your thumb drive. If you’ve got a copy of Microsoft Office that came pre-loaded on your Laptop, chances are it’s now showing you it needs to be upgraded. You may have […]

How to Legally Activate installed Microsoft Products – Office 2010’s in the Lost and Found

Have you every installed a copy of a Microsoft program but found the program crippled due to your lack of a Product Key to fully activate the product? This must the especially annoying especially if the product is Microsoft Office 2010 and you are pulling one of those College all-nighters with the aim of handing […]

Microsoft attacks OpenOffice.org in Video

Microsoft has released a video on the official Youtube channel of their Office product that launches a stinging attack on Open Office. It features quotes from IT professionals, business Execs and other former OpenOffice.org users who have had all kinds of usability and security trouble using the free opensource alternative to Microsoft’s expensive office suite of products.

OpenOffice.org, commonly known as OOo or OpenOffice, is an open-source application suite whose main components are for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, and databases. It is available for a number of different computer operating systems, is distributed as free software and is written using its own GUI toolkit. Video after the jump. Read more about Microsoft attacks OpenOffice.org in Video

Office health hazards and you

Hey again folks. Its one of your fav tech dudes with some important information that can and will prove useful. As a tech pro, you may escape the risk of serious injury, but there are still A LOT of things that could befall you right at your desk. Three of these conditions are:

1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Yow know the people in your office with those ridiculous Velcro contraptions strapped to their forearms and hands? They’re not professional bowlers. They have what is perhaps the most common office malady around–carpal tunnel syndrome. This is marked by pain, soreness, tingling, numbness, or itching that’s caused when a nerve that runs through the forearm is compressed by swollen ligaments and bones in the wrist. It’s brought on by too much typing. Read more about Office health hazards and you