Office 2013, the latest version of Microsoft’s ever-popular productivity suite, is out in the open, but has now been joined by a newer, cloud-based model: Office 365. From a pure product standpoint, there aren’t too many differences between the two. But when it comes to pricing, users have a big choice to make: buy the traditional Office for a single fee and be confined to one computer, or get Office 365 anywhere through the cloud and pay $99 every year?
Thankfully, TechnologyGuide sister site SearchEnterpriseDesktop has done a quick comparison of the two Offices’ pricing plans and overall packages. So to get the full rundown of what each service entails, head on over and get SearchEnterpriseDesktop’s full report.