Microsoft is parting ways with its Office 365 suite of productivity tools, announcing a new office desk decor package for its corporate customers, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The new desk decor is the first time Microsoft has put together a desktop package of its own.
The company announced that it was discontinuing Office 365 productivity services, but didn’t say exactly when the new desk will be available.
Microsoft announced in March that it would be shutting down the company’s Office 365 business, but continued to offer Office 365 as an online and mobile solution.
That service was discontinued in September.
Microsoft has been struggling to compete with Amazon’s cloud computing platform Amazon Web Services, which offers more storage and storage options, as well as more robust cloud services and more customization options.
Microsoft is not the only company to face competition from Amazon’s AWS cloud computing.
Apple, Google, Facebook, and other cloud computing services have also been offering cloud computing offerings, which are often available for free or at a discounted price.
But Microsoft’s new desktop desk decor will come with a number of benefits over the other desk decor offerings.
The desk will include a built-in video projector, making it easy for those looking to capture their work for a photo shoot.
Microsoft says that the new office decor will also be available for $149.99, which is less than half the price of Amazon’s desktop desk decorations, but still more than three times the price the company charges for a similar desk decor.
Microsoft will also continue to offer a wide variety of Office 365 cloud productivity tools and apps.
The suite includes a suite of Microsoft Office Online tools for Office 365 professionals, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Microsoft Office 365 has a growing catalog of productivity software, including Excel, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2010, and Microsoft OneNote 2010.
Office 365 is available for a one-time $5.99 subscription to Office 365 Pro, which will offer unlimited Office 365 Office Online productivity tools.
Microsoft’s Office Online suite has more than 50 million users.