Now Microsoft Philippines has launched the Office 365 for both business and education. Many businesses here in the Philippines already adapted to Office 365. One of the business adapted in Office 365 are Coca-Cola Philippines, Banapple Pies and Cheesecakes.
For education several schools already integrated Office 365 like Assumption College, Miriam College, Treston College and Enderun Colleges among many others. To be able to utilize Microsoft Office desktop applications, as well as Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync to provide the academe with powerful tools to create anytime, anywhere learning opportunities across multiple devices.
Having students and employees to access their files anywhere and just using Office 365. It is beneficial for both institution and business being more productive and efficient way.
What’s new in Office 365?
- You can install Office 365 Home Premium on up to five Mac or PC computers. You can even install it on a family member’s computer. Before you start, check the system requirements to make sure your computer can run Office.
Saving your files to the cloud lets you access them from anywhere and makes it easy to share them with family and friends. To save documents online with Microsoft SkyDrive, sign in to Office.
Your files are saved online at SkyDrive.com and also to the SkyDrive folder on your computer, so you can work offline and your changes sync when you reconnect.
- By signing in to Office 2013, you can save your Office files online to get to them almost anywhere and share with anyone. You can also get to your themes and settings from anywhere. They travel with you—even across different devices.
Finally, Office 365 gives organizations the control built for their dynamics. People can use the devices they prefer while IT can have the control they need.
I having a Nokia Lumia phone would be great accessing my files anywhere just using the Office 365.
To learn more about Office 365, visit www.microsoft.com.ph/office.
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