Office 365 for business

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Luwa Luxury Products chooses Office 365 cloud-based productivity tools to grow business

Luwa Luxury Products is a premier distributor of luxury home appliances and outdoor living appliances based in Tukwila, Washington. After buying the business in 2012, co-owners Sheri and Chris Walsh wanted to enhance communication and take Luwa’s customer service to the next level by using cloud-based business productivity tools.

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Announcing Office 365 deployment benefits for new customers

Office 365 provides the best cloud productivity experience giving businesses new ways to help their people to collaborate, gain valuable business insights and ultimately get things done. As a cloud based service customers can move to Office 365 faster than a traditional on-premises solution and we’re focused on making that transition to the cloud as fast and seamless as possible.

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What’s new: August 2014

OneNote has had a busy month with new features across Windows, Windows Phone, Android, and OneNote Online, this means you now have more options for capturing your notes, in higher fidelity, across all of your devices. SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business have been listening to your feedback by adding a simpler admin UI, a new pooled storage model, searching for sensitive content, and OneDrive for Business support on Android.…

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Access your work files with the new OneDrive for Android app

The lines between work and personal life have blurred. People use the same devices for work and personal purposes. Anywhere and anytime, people need to be able to easily access, share, edit and collaborate on the files that matter to them. Today we are excited to announce the first OneDrive for Business native experience on Android, part of a significant update to the existing personal OneDrive app.

Customer stories
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Reed Elsevier rallies around Office 365 to collaborate across countries and cut costs

“We have hundreds of SharePoint sites today and we are beginning the journey of migrating all of these to SharePoint Online and unplugging our on-premises SharePoint servers. This will deliver huge cost savings.” — Michael Bouchet, vice president of Infrastructure Services, Reed Elsevier. Learn more about Reed Elsevier’s decision to move to Office 365.