Microsoft Viva, for employee experience platforms (EXP)

Microsoft unveils Viva, saying it’s a new application category called employee experience platforms (EXP). Works with Office 365 (Microsoft 365) and Microsoft Teams. For a training environment, it includes Viva Learning, which will “make learning a natural part of both every employee’s daily work and company culture”.

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Microsoft Office for Mac now looks like Windows

Applications in the new Office for Mac 2016 (a/k/a version 15) look just like their Windows counterparts, not like one-off versions or even like native OS X applications. This makes it easier for you to switch between the two platforms. If you subscribe to Office 365, you have access to

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Mobile scanner app from Microsoft

Microsoft just released iOS & Android versions of Office Lens, a mobile scanner app that works standalone and also integrates with OneNote. Previously, Office Lens was available only for Windows phones. More info and screen shots from Tech Crunch.

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Microsoft Office for iPad

Microsoft released Office for iPad today, and the initial screens look very good. This adds to OneNote and OneDrive, which were already existing products. The apps are free, but you need an Office 365 subscription to use them. CNET has a good, initial review, along with screen captures.

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