Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud-based office suite, with every new version of it featuring more and more tools. Now Office 365 offers OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, and InfoPath and Skype for businesses are open to business versions.
Benefits of working with Office 365:
+ Co-operation option (from 1 to 10 employees).
+ Simple service as a whole, as well as fast commissioning and configuration for immediate commissioning.
+ Lync access with videoconferencing function. HD video support.
+ Remote access to the mail archive, calendar and contacts, Outlook is responsible for this.
+ The organizer with all the scheduling tools.
+ Cloud storage with quite a lot of storage.
+ Up-to-date and regular updates for corporate services.
+ Each user can work with the package on five devices;
+ Fully functional engine for deploying and handling corporate resources, with a package of templates and integration with social services.
+ Real-time cooperation on documents stored in Box, ShareFile, Dropbox and Egnute.
+ Each element of the package is already known for its skills: Word is designed for text editing, Excel for tables, Outlook for mail, OneNote for creating and sorting notes, PowerPoint for creating presentations, Publisher for creating project publications and forms for marketing campaigns.
When using Office365, I did not notice any significant drawbacks other than the fact that the package is available for purchase only as a subscription.
I recommend Office365 to anyone who wants to use the tools included in the office package on different devices with the ability to synchronize files.
Office365 allows me to take advantage of all the benefits of the office suite via a dedicated online platform and mobile devices.