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The Future Of Microsoft Office: Many Apps, Many Interfaces, Many Devices

What was once a box of monolithic apps is getting broken down into discrete tasks and reimagined for a less PC-centric age.

More than a quarter of a century ago, Microsoft put a word processor, a spreadsheet, a presentation package, and an email client into one box and called it Microsoft Office. In doing so, it created the productivity suite as the world came to know it. And for all that’s since changed about Office, the devices it runs on, and the competitive landscape, the basic defining idea—lumping together a handful of feature-laden apps, each of which handles a different sweeping category of business tasks—has hardly changed at all.

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