Microsoft has revealed this week that it is considering rolling out more regular updates to its Microsoft Office 365 suite of products.
Enabling Microsoft Office 365 subscribers to benefit from updates every 90 days, or as often as four times a year. Vastly improving the current update rollout which is a little sporadic and slow-moving.
The new updates from Microsoft have not been confirmed as yet, but the faster rollout of updates for its office software has been repeatedly announced by Microsoft as one of the benefits to its customers who have converted from the more traditional “perpetual” licensing model.
During a technology conference hosted by Morgan Stanley, DelBene head of the Windows group explained “We already have the mechanisms in place to update the [Office 365] service on a quarterly basis,” said DelBene. “With the client subscription…we’ll have the ability to do that with client business as well, the desktop version of Office.”
Unfortunately no information on worldwide availability of the new update system has been released as yet Microsoft, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
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