October 15, 2013

Are you upgrading to Microsoft Office 365 or Office 2013?

by: Bill Walter
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With the anywhere access features of Microsoft Office 365 and now Microsoft Office 2013, it might be difficult to determine which solution is right for your business. Both products offer ways to enhance productivity. Here are some highlights:

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 is simple to use, easy to administer, and enables you to always run the latest technology. Using Office 365 eliminates the need for costly server upgrades and frees you from the day-to-day maintenance associated with the infrastructure. With Office 365 you can:

  • Install office apps on up to five PCs, Macs, or mobile devices
  • Store all your documents safely in the cloud so you can access the latest versions from anywhere
  • Collaborate more effectively using HD video conferencing and screen sharing
  • Experience peace of mind with continuous data backup, geo-redundant datacenters, and 99.9% uptime

Microsoft Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 includes new features in the familiar Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. However, the most notable change is that in addition to the traditional on-premise deployment, Microsoft Office 2013 can be purchased on an annual subscription basis. This new way of using Office enables you to:

  • Stream a full-featured version of Office on any Internet-connected device
  • Store documents in the cloud so you can share and collaborate just by sending a link
  • Receive future rights to version upgrades (with an active subscription)

 Questions about Office 365 or Office 2013?  Contact us. We’re here to help. 

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