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Microsoft Office 2013 offers some compelling new features, especially for mobile users. But how will buyers respond to the new version's license shake-up and cloud emphasis?



From InformationWeek:
As expected, Microsoft on Tuesday announced the general availability of both its updated Microsoft Office suite and its Office 365 subscription service. Office 2013 applications have been available to certain IT professionals, businesses and developers for months, but the new release marks the purchase opportunity for those outside these select circles.

Does the newest iteration of Redmond's flagship software merit an upgrade? InformationWeek breaks down four key points to consider:

1. Microsoft really wants users to sign up for a subscription.
  MS Office 2013 Upgrade: 4 Points to Consider