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While Microsoft has well and truly made the transition to the cloud, through Office 365, Azure and many other cloud-based services, regular desktop software is still important. Office 2019 for Windows and Mac was released overnight, at the company's Ignite event. Office 2019 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Project, Visio, Access, and Publisher.


We're not even halfway into 2018 but Office 2019 is already hitting the hard drives of early adopters - but there's a catch. Microsoft is releasing a preview version of the next version of their office productivity suite but only to organisations that plan to deploy the volume licensed version when it's released later this year. If your business is in that boat, there's a registration process to follow so you can get ahead of the curve with the next version of Microsoft Office.


Although Microsoft is doing their best to move from the perpetual license business to subscription software, they are still releasing perpetual versions of their core business software. Today, at their annual Ignite conference, the company announced that Office 2019 will be released during the second half of 2018.