Good news for those who are eager to try out the next-generation Microsoft Office: the Redmond Giant just announced that its 2016 version is now available for public preview.
Among the improvements and added features users can see on the new Office 2016 are updated OneDrive storage, improved real-time collaboration over the cloud, smart applications that can run inside any Office App (Uber app for Outlook, anyone?), and easier and faster data analysis for forecasting and data modeling.
Office 2016 will come in with a slew of new security features such as Data Management Protection for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; multi-factor authentication for Outlook, and an Information Rights Management for Visio.
Those who get their hands first on Office 2016 will get an early look at the next release of Office on Windows desktop, and will help to shape and improve the future of Office that will be released to consumers soon. Anyone who wishes to join in the preview may head over to this link.