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Today's a huge day for us, the launch of Microsoft Office 365. With varieties for both small and large businesses, Office 365 allows you to base your business on the web and leave the server maintenance and updates to us.
No matter what size you are, Office 365 includes big-business-level services: email, calendaring, data storage, internal and external websites, instant messaging and meetings, and of course, Office documents. And it's priced on a subscription basis that allows you to manage your costs much more effectively.
There's lots of things happening today in connection with the launch, including an announcement by our CEO Steve Ballmer. You can find it and much more here at our press site.
You can also check out some videos that delve into more details on what you can do with Office 365. Watch this blog as well for a lot more details, videos, and announcements.
And for a free trial, go to www.office365.com.
-- Doug Kim
For Access developers the main benefit by far of Office365 is the use of Access Services and some of us have already published web databases to Office365. However, reports don't yet work. When will this be switched on, please?
Wow! this is new! I think ill go to get a free trial!
Hi Alan, I don't know the answer to that, but let me go investigate. I'll post another comment when I get a response. Thanks for your comment!
to see what's the difference between doc app in google