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Experience Office virtually anywhere

  • Office 365 is a subscription service that keeps you up-to-date with the latest versions of Office applications and other cloud services.
  • The Office applications you know are optimized for your devices, so you can work your best wherever you happen to be.
  • Your recent documents, settings, and custom dictionaries follow your Office 365 account, so you can quickly pick up where you left off from any device.
  • Office Web Apps—for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote—let you work across multiple devices right from
    your browser. Users can work on the same file together, simplifying version management.
Why office 365?

Store and share documents.

Share your own documents with others through Office 365. Or, upload documents to a team site to build a document library and a project history.

Get email, calendar, and contacts.

Use Outlook and Outlook Web App to access your email, calendar, and contacts.

Work collaboratively with teams.

Create a customized Office 365 site to collaborate with others. Create document libraries, add apps, and use community features to enhance sharing.

Have interactive online meetings.

Use Lync for online meetings that have full web conferencing features, including audio, video, sharing, and presentations.
Company objectives for Office 365
Use Office 365 to:
  • Collaborate openly on teams and projects.
  • Create and contribute to shared content.
  • Run effective meetings.
  • Maximize your productivity.
  • Share your identity and expertise.
  • Engage with community and build a knowledge base.
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Collaborate openly on teams and projects
  • Using a shared workspace.
  • Building project history.
  • Attaching files in email.
  • Using email for discussions.
Create and contribute to shared content
  • Storing content centrally.
  • Using collaboration tools.
  • Storing content locally.
  • Sending revisions in email.
Run effective meetings
  • Having online meetings.
  • Using shared workspaces.
  • Using pay-by-minute conferencing.
  • Booking up conference rooms.
Maximize your productivity
  • Using tasks and presence.
  • Subscribing to feeds and finding experts.
  • Relying on old tools and practices.
  • Re-solving the same problems.
Share your identity and expertise
  • Maintaining your profile.
  • Sharing your work.
  • Sending updates through email.
  • Storing your work locally.
Engage with community and build a knowledge base<l/i>
  • Using social networks.
  • Proactively sharing information.
  • Limiting your network to your
  • physical location.
 
To Start… Stop…
Collaborate openly on teams and projects
  • Using a shared workspace.
  • Building project history.
  • Sites in Office 365.
Create and contribute to shared content
  • Storing content centrally.
  • Using collaboration tools.
  • OneDrive for Business and Sites.
Run effective meetings
  • Having online meetings.
  • Using shared workspaces.
  • Lync.
Maximize your productivity
  • Using tasks and presence.
  • Subscribing to feeds and finding experts.
  • Outlook and Outlook Web App.
Share your identity and expertise
  • Maintaining your profile.
  • Sharing your work.
  • Lync and Sites.
Engage with community and build a knowledge base
  • Using social networks.
  • Proactively sharing information.
  • Newsfeed and Yammer.
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