Work from anywhere, on your preferred device, using a familiar interface and with the full power of Office apps.
Office 365 provides two big benefits: lower costs and greater flexibility. You can choose the version of Office that best fits your organisation’s size and needs. Mix and match to whatever each individual in your organisation needs & pay on a monthly subscription basis to help keep your costs down.
Office 365 is your business-to-go. For many SMEs staying productive means working wherever you happen to be. Office 365 enables small businesses to work remotely and connect employees in different locations. Making and sharing updates to documents using your favourite office applications, including Word and Excel, has never been easier. Multiple team members can work on a document at the same time, with access anywhere from virtually any device, with OneDrive for Business.
Safeguard Your Business
For small businesses, out-of-date software, loss of a device and the risk of attack can spell disaster. Office 365 regularly backs up your data ensuring you can get to your business files and applications at any time. If your device is damaged you can get right back to business from another device and keep your customers happy without interruption. Office 365 also takes care of IT for you, so your services are always up and running and up to date without having to rely on a dedicated IT department.
Office 365 includes a number of online services with which many campus students and employees are already familiar with, including Exchange Online (Outlook Web App), Office Online (online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote), OneDrive, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. In order to meet campus objectives in an expedient manner, however, the initial implementation will not include all of these services in the initial roll out. Since the goal of the team is to deploy the campus email & calendaring solution (Exchange Online), they will only include additional services and features of Office 365 that are critical to enabling Exchange Online to meet campus needs. This includes Outlook Web App, the browser-based version of Microsoft Outlook. Question: Is it possible for users/departments to use or request access to features that are currently not implemented in the initial roll-out? Answer: The project scope was a decision made by the Project Executive Team. The decision was intended to facilitate the deployment of email and calendar to over 250 campus domains in as short a timeline as possible. Evaluation teams are looking at Office Online, SharePoint Online, Sites, OneDrive, and Lync (and other applications that Microsoft includes) to make recommendations about their deployment. What are the benefits of using Office 365 for email and calendaring?