Office 2016 is out today!!

Office 2016 – Available Sept. 22

Business as usual is a good thing
Get more done with the world’s most successful suite of solutions: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access. New sharing and collaboration features make Office 2016 a worthy upgrade, and its support for tablets and phones make it the premiere office suite for mobile devices.

Users will appreciate the powerful new features designed to increase productivity on whatever device they’re using:
• Tell Me saves you the time of looking for a specific function in the ribbon—just type what you want to do
• Pick up where you left off no matter which device or application you’re using when you have Office 365
• Natural input using touch gestures, and digital ink so you can jot notes or use annotations
• New themes give Office applications a fresh look or provide an experience that’s easier on the eyes


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On April 7, 2014, just when some people were beginning to feel more confident
that their approach to network security was resulting in strong protection, an
encryption vulnerability in OpenSSL known as “Heartbleed” hit – and it hit hard.
Companies and customers worldwide scrambled to assess if and how the bug
affected them – and, where necessary, take the required steps to recover.