Office 2016 – What You Need to Know

By Jason Eichner

Office 2016 was released today, and many consumers are asking “Should I upgrade?” Today we have the latest information about what changes Office 2016 brings to help you decide whether or not you should upgrade.

Thus far, the biggest change in Office 2016 is Microsoft bringing it in line with their new business plan of software as a service, including better mobile integration and cloud support, along with expected updates.

Saving to your OneDrive cloud becomes significantly easier with 2016, and this cloud file storage is now extended to Outlook, where you can store an attachment in the cloud. This cloud file can be saved as normal, but can also be edited and collaborated on together with others included in the e-mail via Office 2016’s new cloud collaboration tools.