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The time is right for Office to expand its horizons-- to the cloud. Office 365 adds the Web versions of your favorite Office 2010 applications and the server side of the equation: Exchange Online for managing email and calendars, SharePoint Online for websites and collaboration, and Lync Online for real-time communications such as online meetings and video conferencing. The server applications, which may be cost-prohibitive for a small business to manage on their own, bring Office to a whole new level. That’s why more than 200,000 organizations tested the service during the beta period, and many are already seeing cost savings of up to 50 percent.I'm going to take off my marketing hat for a minute and tell you what I think is especially cool about Office 365. Here are a few examples:
Our customers are seeing instant value in Office 365, as well.I love hearing how Office 365 is helping small companies. For example:
Bea’s Insurance Agency, a small firm in East Palestine, Ohio, is using Office 365 for email, shared calendars, document workspaces, collaboration and instant messaging -- all for the same cost it used to spend on just email. "We are getting big-business tools at a small-business expense," says Jeff Stewart, one of the owners.Travelers Haven, which provides temporary and corporate housing in all 50 states, will avoid roughly $100,000 in hardware, maintenance, software, and the cost of a staff IT person, with Office 365, says Elia Wallen, the company’s president. She also predicts that the service will save about 30 extra hours every day, companywide, by making it easier for employees to find information and connect with colleagues. “That’s like having three more people in the office," she remarks.Wallen is particularly excited about using Lync Online for real-time communications. “I bet we send more than 1,000 instant messages a day," she says. "It’s much more effective than sending a bunch of emails, and it’s amazing to be able to click a button and move an instant messaging conversation to a video call.”
We’re making it far easier for any size business to gain all the productivity tools they need, accessible anytime from the Web. You can check out Office 365 free for 30 days at office365.com. Let me know what you think!
--Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President, Office
Office 365 rocks! I am not sure if you have come across this yet but we did an infographic on Microsoft Office 365 which pretty much explains all its benefits.
Here it is www.cloudhypermarket.com/guide-to-microsoft-office-365