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Ghana gets Microsoft Office 365

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Global software giant Microsoft launched its Office 365 product in Ghana on Wednesday, according to a report from the country’s news agency.

Office 365 is the next iteration of the company’s flagship Office product line, which is made available for consumers, businesses and educational institutions via the cloud.

Other countries in Africa where the product has been launched already include South Africa, Angola, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Mauritius, Rwanda, Senegal and Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt.

Microsoft has told ITWeb Africa previously that for technical and legal reasons, Office 365 is only available for sale in Africa in the countries mentioned above.

Otema Yirenkyi, country manager for Microsoft Ghana, said Office 365 is now available for download in the West African nation.

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