Microsoft "delivers again" with Office 2013 says industry
Jason Spooner, director of research for IT solutions firm Intelligence, responded positively to Office 2013's general interface.
Lot of interest in it from our clients
"There's a lot of interest in it from our clients," he said. "Many of our corporate clients never even took the move through Vista to Windows 7, so we've got a number of users who are on XP and older versions of Office, nevertheless they've been waiting for this because they're much more cloud aware, so it's not an on-premise installation."
"I look at it and I say ‘What do I have to engineer, and what is Microsoft going to engineer for me?'. There's a lot that comes right off my plate. I just don't have to worry," Bartelt told Computing.
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