Office 365 applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint are used on a daily basis. However, we all know that there are different versions of those applications, Word 2016, 2013, 2010 etc., and that some businesses might not see the logic of paying more money for higher priced/newer versions. Recently, Microsoft announced that after October 2020, they are modifying their Office 365 services system requirements related to service connectivity, and they will no longer support 2013 as part of the older versions of Office 365 applications.
You might think Microsoft Office is just the set of tools we use every day – Word, Excel and PowerPoint – and yes, these are great applications we couldn’t live without. But the ‘big three’ are only the starting point - there’s a lot more in your Office 365 for business subscription that you might not even know you’re paying for – one of the latest (and greatest) Office apps is Kaizala.