In the world of technology, it is always a challenge to balance the need for and appreciation of new technology with the typical reluctance for change and comfort level desires that are normal for the average consumer. Microsoft clearly understands the challenge and repeatedly proves that whenever they release a new or updated product, and Office 365 is no exception.

Office 365 has kept the familiar interfacing known by all who regularly use Office while also offering more capabilities and options through the addition of SharePoint 2013, Lync 2013, and Exchange 2013. The inclusion of the new programs along with the tried and true foundations of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, OneNote, and Outlook have created a powerful suite of products in Microsoft Office that is highly beneficial to its users.

Office 365 offers many different applications that all integrate well with each other making it almost a requirement for any business looking to succeed as quickly as possible. One of the biggest reasons behind the popularity of Microsoft Office is how easily it integrates all aspects of the user’s life and various devices both career-wise as well as in their personal lives. In today’s fast-paced and driven society, having technological tools to use in the juggling act of life is not just a good thing. It can truly be a lifesaver or at least a life-simplifier.

To learn more about what Office 365 has to offer, continue reading at http://www.cio.com/article/730763/Office_365_Mixes_New_Features_Familiar_Feel_and_Bridge_to_the_Cloud.

Wal-mart is no stranger to success in the box-store world of marketing, and a large part of their success is due in part to the way they are in touch with the struggling financial status of their customer base. Wal-Mart continues striving to make their products affordable even in a tough economy, and they are not afraid of looking for out-of-the-box solutions in order to do so. One of their most recent ideas has to do with the delivery of their products to customers who purchased items online instead of in-store.

Wal-mart will be expanding their online option of free site-to-store shipping from 25 to 50 retail stores this year which is a definite in their plans for the near future. But they are also considering eventually expanding further from that option by offering in-store customers a discount on their purchases if they in turn deliver online purchases to consumers who happen to live in the same region. While the thought is intriguing, it has many potential problem points that would need to be worked out before the idea can even be tested, so whether or not the idea could fully develop into a beneficial solution for the retailer as well as the consumer remains to be seen. However, for anyone looking to save money in whatever way possible, the idea is an intriguing one to consider.

Learn more about this interesting concept from Wal-mart, continue reading at http://www.theverge.com/2013/3/28/4155914/walmart-considers-online-order-delivery-crowdsourcing.

The popularity of tablet computers has exploded over the last couple of years and is expected to continue to do so for at least the next four years. But after the 2017 mark in time, analysts are not sure whether the table craze will continue or begin to die down. Between desktops, laptops, and tablets, consumers have watched many trends go up and down over the last few years – some trends were expected while others were rather surprising. The majority of tech-savvy people are not surprised with the decline in sales of desktop computers and are pretty united in the belief that such decline will continue as being tied down to a desk looks less and less appealing to most.

But when it comes to the purchasing and use of PCs over tablets or vice-versa, the future is not quite so predictable. Some may assume the spike of sales in the tablet market over the last couple of years is indicative of the fact that PCs will soon be a thing of the past. However, dive a little deeper into the facts, figures, and projected sales of both PCs and tablets, and it may not seem so clear. This article does exactly that and explains the statistics and how they seem to indicate more of a 50/50 balance being reached for sales between PCs and laptops in spite of the current skyrocketing sales for tablets.

Want to understand why PCs just may not be on their way out? Continue reading at http://www.pcworld.com/article/2032207/tablets-may-eclipse-laptops-in-2014-but-theres-no-post-pc-future-on-the-horizon.html.

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