Chris Capossela, Microsoft senior vice president, has demonstrated Office 365 at a press event in San Francisco.
Office 365 is online version of the Microsoft Office Professional Plus desktop suite plus it include Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Lync Online.
Office 365 it a next Microsoft’s step moving it services to a cloud.
Providing Office as an online service will mean that Outlook exchange and document programs that have been fixtures on business networks will be accessible not only from desktops and laptops, it could be accessible through smartphones, tablets, and other gadgets used by an increasingly mobile workforce.
Microsoft Office 365 brings together cloud versions of our most trusted communications and collaboration products with the latest version of our desktop suite for businesses of all sizes.
Office 365 Beta for small businesses designed specifically for smaller businesses and professional users who are looking for cloud-based productivity tools without the IT hassles.
Office 365 Beta for enterprises best solution for organizations that are looking to move their productivity tools to the cloud, while staying in control of their IT services.
“We embraced the cloud because we actually believed it would change the way people work,” said Office division president Kurt DelBene. “People can focus on their business while we and our partners take care of the technology.”
“Traditionally, Microsoft has only competed in the software space. With this, we are actually in a much larger pool of IT spend because we are in a place to run their network,” said Microsoft senior vice president Chris Capossel.
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