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Audience: Small Businesses
Being a small business is about thinking big and doing more with less. It’s about making yourself indispensable to your customers. And no business is small when it’s your business. No excuses—you’re on the front lines. You call the shots, take the risks, and reap the rewards. Office 365 is all about less risk and more reward.
Do more, better, faster. Big businesses have people around to take care of all the little details. In your business, you take care of all the little details. And the easier it is to take care of them, the more time you have for the big picture. Efficiency is good for all businesses. But in yours, it’s critical. Office 365 helps you do more, better, faster.
Tame information overload. You need fast, easy ways to make email and documents work for you—not the other way around. Office 365 helps you dig your way to the top of the data mountain—and keep your critical information safe and secure.
Relationships are everything. You need to stay close to partners and closer to customers. Office 365 makes online meetings a snap and gives you more ways to collaborate and share information.
Build your brand on the Web. Customers have to be able to find you on the Web. But managing a Web site can be a business in itself. Office 365 makes it simple to create a dynamic public Web site without writing a line of code.
Office 365 is your secret weapon. Your personal assistant. Your window to the world. Best of all? Just turn it on and it’s ready to go to work for you.
In the coming series, we are going to show you how we can help you accomplish this vision. By combining the Microsoft Office applications you know and use today with Office 365, you start to see the this vision take shape: anywhere-access to email, contacts, and documents; shared calendars between colleagues; public-facing websites; team sites; presence and more – all delivered by Microsoft with a 99.9% uptime guarantee! We are ready to work for you!
-Allen, Office 365 Product Manger
could you please tell me how can i start usin office 365,
do i have to accomplish any tasks ?
How it work?> will i have a cloud address for all of my workers?
where can i findthe technical procedure?
Definitely look to 'Tame information overload'. I did not jump on the Beta quick enough, so I will have to wait and see if I can use the public beta. Wish me luck.
I was reading the office 365 blog this morning and they posted this: http://community.office365
is it feasible to move our other software to the cloud? Act!, Quickbooks, etc?
Brilliant job, how soon can I get started ?
have got to have microsoft Office to use 365 ? some of my users may not have or may have old versions ?
How soon can i get started with 365, and i assume you need microsoft office software per user ? some of my users may not have office or have old versions ?
I built my website with Office Live Small Business. All I want to do now with 365 is simply to re-build the site in the new format - since OLSB is disappearing in 6-9 months time. What do I do? Help!!
I've saved my website from Office Live Small Business but going to save as in Internet Explorer, Worked like a charm after putting a folder on Desktop and then saving each page. The problem now is that when I click on the blue link edit website it turn into:
The webpage cannot be found
This error (HTTP 404 Not Found) means that Internet Explorer was able to connect to the website, but the page you wanted was not found. It's possible that the webpage is temporarily unavailable. Alternatively, the website might have changed or removed the webpage.
Can't design and edit the website now - any ideas on what I should do?
@dulguun: Sign up at Office365.com
@Crev: Good luck! Shouldn't be too long
@MikeW: you can store docs on your sharepoint, but Office 365 does not take your client applications to the cloud. That is up to those companies
@andy scott: You need Office 2007 or higher, but you can also add on Office Pro Plus to your subscription for $ per user per month
@PaulH: You'll have to get beta access first. Sign up Office365.com. More information and help on transitioning your site will be forthcoming, and rest assured, we will give you plenty of time to transition.
I've already signed up for public access beta. Now I want to play around with the system and try to re-build the website from scratch in beta. How can I start doing that? Or is it the case that I cannot do that at all until some rather vague time in the future? I hope not, for I want to test the system out now. I hope you can help again. Thanks.
Got the invite from MS set up the site one day and the next -----CAN NOT ACCESS SAY"S DON"T HAVE PERMISSION... any one help??? Only thing I get is the list homepage which was appearently setup when sharepoint was activated...
@Journeying: Nope, the public site works just fine. If you have access you can play around today, otherwise you need to wait until your invite arrives.
@Richard: Post your Q in the forums. The agents there will be able to help you out.
There were several different announcements around Office 365 this past week. Most importantly,
It is necesary to has installed Office software in my PC or not?
@Esteban: Nope, although it is recommended. Office 365 comes with the Office Web Apps for viewing, editing and collaborating on documents, but to see the best of Office 365 you should have Office 2007 or 2010. If you don't have either, you can purchase Office Pro Plus with Office 365, which is the same Office 2010 software delivered as an always up to date service, so you always have the latest version! No more upgrades!