Microsoft Office 2016 is now available.
The new release matches up and includes new functionality in Windows 10 (although Windows 10 isn’t required.)
Rather than duplicate all the content, we encourage you to check out the links above; but we will mention one thing: if you have subscribed to Office 365 for Business, then you can update now! Instead of spending a few hundred dollars every couple of years on non-transferable licenses, we encourage our clients to move to Office 365. You can subscribe monthly for just the number of licenses you need, adding or subtracting along the way, and always have access to the latest version.
One other thing to note is that computer manufacturers are now announcing end dates for when they’ll offer Office 2013 (Dell announced they’ll stop offering Office 2013 on Sept 30, 2015– just 8 days!). After that, only retail versions of Office 2013 will be left in the channel, and they cost more; so if you really think you want to stay on 2013, you have a very short time to purchase a new computer.