Microsoft Office 365 launched on June 28th, 2011. In a press announcement, Steve Ballmer discussed how technology connects people to the things they care about and how businesses seek technologies that focus on ways to make the most out of collaboration and combine experience and expertise.
Office 365 combines the familiar Microsoft Office desktop suite with cloud-based versions of the latest collaboration and communication tools from Microsoft—all delivered as a subscription service. Which means you can make your employees more productive, while managing costs.
Office 365 Benefits:
- Stay connected with instant messaging
- Real-time virtual meetings with coworkers and customers
- Work together simultaneously on files and documents
- Share calendars with coworkers
- Design and maintain compelling websites easily
Because it’s from Microsoft, the service is backed with the industry’s most rigorous financially backed, 99.9 percent uptime service level agreement. And its flexible, per-user licensing model allows you to deploy services on your schedule and purchase only what you need.