“Fastest selling Microsoft product ever” is the accolade given to Microsoft’s Cloud service, Office 365. If you haven’t heard of it or you haven’t considered using it, you should look at it.
First of all, what’s in Office 365? It all looks a bit familiar really because it contains applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and so on. But that is only the beginning. You also get Cloud storage via OneDrive and SharePoint. You get web versions of the Office software products too, so you don’t even need to have your own computer. Then there are the mobile versions of Office for your phone and tablet, including iPad. You get the right to use the Office software on up to five devices at a time.
And it also includes Outlook linked to a hosted Exchange service, so you can get rid of your company email server if you still have one. There are also options to add more specialist applications such as Project and Visio.
All this comes for a single cost per user per month. Even if you don’t want all the Cloud bits and pieces, it’s a good way to manage your Microsoft Office licensing. It is also very easy to manage. There are no updates to install and no worries about expensive upgrades every few years. Office 365 keeps you up to date at all times.
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