Office for iPad in 2014? Big mistake

If a new timetable report is accurate, Microsoft's making the wrong move, say analysts

By , Computerworld |  Mobile & Wireless

In that scenario, Microsoft would offer the Office iOS and Android apps free of charge; those apps, however, would only work, or do more than allow document viewing, when the user was logged in from an active Office 365 account.

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