For years I've been using Office 2010 and it's just fine. Recently we put 2013 on a few new PC's, and I'm wondering if we should roll it out across the board or even continue putting it on new PC's, or stick with 2010.
99% of our users don't need any of the new features in 2013 as they barely use the features in 2010.
What I like about 2013:
The look and feel is a bit nicer
Outlook Cached Mode can be set to only cache recent emails, reducing the OST file size.
What I Don't like about 2013:
"Save" adds an extra step for me to pick "save to a directory, not sky drive"
Outlook contact cards is very annoying and seems buggy
Overall feels slower than 2010, especially on VDI's... but I can't put my finger on that.
Outlook seems a bit buggy (certain users reporting random strange issues)
Wondering what everyone else is doing on this. Is Office 2013 kind of like WIndows 8, where most businesses are skipping it and staying with 7? I don't want to do it just because it's the newest product, I would rather stick with what is rock solid. We don't need any skydrive/365 integration right now. Most users just need Word, Excel, and Outlook.