Jun 24, 2011

Microsoft Office 365 Fully Available by July

To all enterprises who are already done of testing the beta version of Microsoft Office 365: the announced release of the product is already set at July 28 of this year. Yes, that means there’s only around a month of waiting left before you can enjoy the full features of their latest and upcoming Microsoft Office software.
Following the current trend of sending almost anything into the “cloud”, Microsoft had announced before that their upcoming Microsoft Office software would be mainly based on cloud-based applications. Office 365 is actually a combination of Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online.
All of these applications riding on a cloud would mean that most of the software’s management and updates would be semi-automatic and almost instantaneous; all you need to do is to feed it with the right information. As popularly advertised, it would take productivity of any business to new heights.
As you might have noticed in its basic software package, Office 365 is designed to be used by corporate and business groups that would like to have easy access to a cloud database where all of their digital operations can take place.
It’s split in two types of packages; the entry-level version of the Office365 would be catered to small businesses, while the larger-scale Office 365 is for the equally larger enterprises. It’s probably going to be the first time that they are literally providing an entire virtual office to enterprises that are interested to use Office 365.
It’s been already more than three months since the launch of the beta in April 2011, and more than half a year already when they first announced it last October 2010. The campaign to promote the new software was delivered with high gusto, and companies and business establishments around the world who have been lucky to test it out themselves must have different opinions about the software already.
Still. The official release is going to be a lot different than the beta, and it is there that we would determine how efficient Office 365 could really be as your up-to-date business machine.


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