Cloud computing is a way to save money on your IT.
With Microsoft Office 365, all your office software and hardware is based in the cloud. Cloud is the picture used when techies draw a picture of the internet.
Office 365 is Microsoft’s smart and simple answer to cloud computing. Using the various programs in Office 365, you can do all the tasks you’re used to doing in your favourite Office applications—write documents, create presentations, check email, manage your calendar, crunch numbers, and more—and then share what you create in real time on a team site, design and publish a website, and even create and host live online meetings while you’re traveling on the train, sitting in a coffee shop, or dialling in on your phone.
Included with Microsoft Office 365 are;-
•Microsoft Exchange Online – for email, calendaring and organisation
•Microsoft SharePoint® Online – for easy collaboration and information sharing
•Microsoft Lync Online – for a choice of voice, video and web conferencing
•Microsoft Office Professional Plus – combining the most popular productivity software: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
You can simply connect to your IT using the Internet instead of buying, installing and running your own hardware and software.
If you would like to have a look for yourself, please ask me for log into details to our demonstration site where you can anonymously see what all the fuss is actually about.
I have had quite a few questions asked and wanted to share the answers with you.
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