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You could test the latest beta Microsoft Office!

Microsoft is giving everyday home and professional users of Office a chance to experience the newest versions of the software for free before their official release date, in exchange for constructive criticism. The pre released beta versions of Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Vision and Word will be available to users in their purest non-tested form, in return users must provide developers at Microsoft with feedback on the new version software. Business users will also be offered the opportunity to test premium business products such as Exchange, Project and SharePoint as well as online cloud services. In order to…


Outlook Introduces Email Rules

On 13 May 2014 Outlook introduced a series of new advanced rules in an attempt to target spam.  These rules were released in response to email fatigue, both in the workplace and in our personal lives.  Outlook’s aim is to tidy up cluttered inboxes full of unwanted spam, masking important messages. The rules will enable users to keep their inboxes organised, with more control over how emails are sorted. Users will be able to create multi-condition and multi-action rules, such as time constraints, email tallying and checking the status of read and unread messages.  There will also be a ‘sweep’…


Microsoft Alters Its Email Privacy Policies

Microsoft has made some changes to its email privacy policies declaring it vows not to read users private emails without their consent. Microsoft has said it will turn to law enforcement before it proceeds to read users emails in the future. The changes to Microsoft email privacy policies are effective immediately with the company announcing though its blog that “in the coming months we will incorporate this change in our customer terms of service, so that it’s clear to consumers and binding on Microsoft.” The blog post indicated that Microsoft was changing the email privacy policies to reflect a “post-Snowden…

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