A new release of Microsoft Office 2013 has received an updated interface, became more social. It is optimized to work with touch and gestures, stylus, mouse and keyboard, so it supports all the new devices based on Windows, including tablets. OneNote and Lync are the first applications for the Office, in the style of Windows 8, they are ground for work on the tablets, your fingertips. By the way, it’s claimed broad support Windows 8, including Windows RT.
Microsoft SkyDrive Pro
Microsoft Visio Viewer
Office Shared Features
New capabilities for email and compliance
Access and edit project-related email stored in Exchange and documents stored in SharePoint directly from Outlook using site mailboxes.
Avoid mistakenly sending email with sensitive information to unauthorized recipients by using Outlook Policy Tips and Exchange Data Loss Prevention.
IT can enable or disable recording of Skype for Business meetings via group policy and archive recorded meetings, including IM conversations, to SharePoint.
Scan spreadsheets for errors, hidden info, broken links, and inconsistencies using Inquire in Excel. View audit trail of changes in spreadsheets with Spreadsheet Compare.
New possibilities for exploring and visualizing data
Streamline integration and manipulation of large volumes of data from various sources and perform rapid information analysis using Power Pivot native in Excel.
Explore different cuts and views of your data in a click within a pivot table or pivot chart to discover new insights hidden in your data.
Compile data, charts, and graphs into a single Power View to bring your data to life with a highly interactive visualization and presentation experience for all users.
New opportunities for communicating
See multiple participants’ videos simultaneously in a Skype for Business Meeting.
Connect to more endpoints using standards-based H.264 video.
Use a streamlined note-taking experience with OneNote.
Record meetings in standards-based format for easy playback later.