Microsoft: Go old-school to lock down Office from changes

Microsoft tells businesses to purchase one-time licenses -- not an Office 365 subscription -- if they don't want to receive constant changes

Microsoft: Go old-school to lock down Office from changes

Microsoft has told business that want to lock down Office 2016 so they don't receive a constant churn of changes to purchase old-school perpetual licenses rather than subscribe to Office 365.

Office 2016, released last month for Windows, will use many of the same update and upgrade cadences and rules that Microsoft debuted in Windows 10.

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