Microsoft Office 365 delivers the power of cloud productivity to businesses of all sizes, helping you save time and money and free up valuable resources. PowerObjects would love to help you make the switch to Office 365.
Microsoft did a great job of listening to their customers when developing Office 365. Here’s just a brief overview of what it can include:
Get access to your email, calendar, and contacts from any web browser on virtually any internet-connected device. With 50 GB storage, you can send attachments up to 25 MB in size and have endless archiving options. Exchange Online plays a large part in processing email and messages that are generated by Dynamics 365, including outgoing marketing emails, inbound messages, and tech support questions.
This is the downloadable version of the out-of-the-box Microsoft Office you would purchase from a retailer. It includes the newest version of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Access, Outlook, InfoPath and more, and can be installed on 5 devices. If you’re running an old version of Office and looking to upgrade, or you always want the latest Microsoft products on your computer, this may be a good solution for you.
OneDrive is a service that enables you to upload files to cloud storage and access them from a Web browser, PC or Mac, and mobile devices—no manual syncing or cables needed. With OneDrive, you’ll never be without the documents, notes, photos, and videos that matter to you. Just log on to a web browser, sign in to OneDrive, and go to work viewing or editing.
This is cloud communication at its best, with instant messaging and video conferencing that allows you to quickly ping your colleagues and get real-time replies. Set up real-time meetings, online training, and web-based support sessions with colleagues and clients. Lync meetings can also be tracked in Dynamics 365 as appointments.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 works as a natural extension of Microsoft Office Outlook, allowing you to manage customer e-mail, appointments, tasks, and contacts from a single, easy-to-understand business application.
Organize and share team documents, create online knowledge bases, and collaborate with your colleagues. SharePoint can also be integrated into Dynamics 365.