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Microsoft Piggy backs Microsoft OFFICE 365 on iPads - Bravo

I believe this was an excellent move to improve the Microsoft bottom line.

I believe this was an excellent move to improve the Microsoft bottom line.

I am not as sure as Simon Phipps blogging that Microsoft has taken a step towards (partially perhaps) embracing Open Source, I believe it is to make the best of the breed of Microsoft's product available on the best of breeds Apple product.

Read Simon Phipps article here:

I think it profits both companies and probably diminishes the appeal of Google trying to get into this lucrative business and a hedge against falling PC sales .

Now as we speak, Microsoft is doing better than it did before, that is marketwise.

You could use Office 365 on your Android phone and it is just as easy.

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