Microsoft Office can now save files to Apple’s iCloud Drive

Gigaom

Microsoft is really serious about enabling its services to run on all devices and work with other companies’ products.

The latest example: The Office app for iPhones and iPads can now save files to Apple’s relatively new cloud storage service, iCloud Drive, along with other cloud services providers, including Box, Google Drive, and any other service that decides to enable integration with Microsoft Office.

In the updated Microsoft Office app, the locations menu will let you open, edit, and save documents stored with the service of your choice. It’s not perfect — for instance, certain text files stored in iCloud will be read-only. Previously, the file picker in the Word, Excel, and Powerpoint apps only could display files stored in Microsoft OneDrive, and in a update last November, Dropbox.

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Microsoft also announced that Office can now be integrated into other companies’ enterprise applications, such as Box, Salesforce, and…

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