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    Posted January 30, 2013 by
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    Experience the New Office 365 at Bryant Park

     

    A new office has arrived.

    Clinton Patterson, Microsoft's Director of Communications talks about the New Office 365 at Citi Pond, Bryant Park. He says, “We are delighted to be at New York's Bryant Park to launch Office 365 Home Premium, a reinvention of the flagship Office product line. Office 365 combines the full power of the Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access) people know today with the convenience and flexibility of the cloud. And because it's a service Office 365 Home Premium works across all your devices and your documents are always in sync and with you on your phone, tablet or PC. One subscription covers 5 devices so it's great for families and people with lots of devices for $99.99 for a year for the household. Just like any service, Office 365 Home Premium is always up to date, so subscribers always have the latest technology. People in New York City can come down to Bryant Park this week to experience the new Office first hand and enter to win some fun prizes that, like Office, will help them simplify their lives and find more time to do the things they want to do.”

    Meet the New Office 365 at Bryant Park and have the personal experience to connect, share, personalize, tweet and explore, at the same time enjoy the Citi Pond. Be one of the very first to try it.

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