What is Microsoft Office 365?
Office 365 is a new way to think about productivity in the cloud. It is the next step in the future of productivity, bringing together Office, SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync in an always up-to-date cloud service. With Office 365, you get the best productivity solutions on the planet for a predictable monthly cost, and your employees don't have to change the way they work because they can use familiar applications like Office that they already know and love.

Bringing together Office desktop software and Office Web Apps for the first time, Office 365 is much more than an upgrade.

Why Managers Choose Microsoft Office 365
Increase business and communication productivity
Refocus resources back to core business activities
Shift to a variable cost model and forecast reliable IT expenditures
Flexible and scalable communications infrastructure
Microsoft 365 Value
Choose the right Office 365 Plan for your organization:
Plan P Plan E Plan K
Professionals & Small Business Plan Enterprise Plan Kiosk Worker Plan
Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses is a subscription service that combines the familiar Microsoft Office Web Apps with a set of web-enabled tools that are easy to learn and use, that work with your existing hardware, and that come backed by the robust security, reliability, and control you need to run your business.
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Microsoft Office 365 takes the industry's most recognized set of productivity and collaboration tools and delivers them as a subscription service. With our cloud services, your organization can lower overall costs and deliver the right set of tools for the right users, all with appropriate layers of security and compliance. Microsoft is a trusted provider—millions of customers use the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services suite today. And, Office 365 includes a financially-backed service level agreement, allowing you to feel confident that you chose the best cloud solution.
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Many larger businesses have users—sometimes called kiosk workers—who do not have dedicated computers. Providing kiosk workers with access to email and documents to stay connected to the broader organization is important even though they may not have dedicated computers.
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