Microsoft offers external cloud storage integration with Office Online

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Microsoft has announced some changes have been made to Office Online to make it easier for cloud services to integrate with the suite. This move will enable users who actively use these platforms to view, open and edit documents in a web browser.

Box, Citrix, and Salesforce have already partnered with Redmond with the new program and the company is looking to add more names to the list. It's clear to see Microsoft is attempting to offer support to users who may be using external services to help eliminate any frustration and improve efficiency.

Source: Office

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