Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365 delivers the power of cloud productivity to businesses of all sizes, helping save time, money, and free up valued resources. Office 365 combines the familiar Microsoft Office desktop suite with cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s next-generation communications and collaboration services—including Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Office Web Apps, and Microsoft Lync Online—to help users be productive from virtually anywhere through the Internet.
Office 365 is available in a variety of plans in order to best meet the needs of your organization. For information about different plans, including standalone plan options and information on moving from one plan to another.
The most important advantages
Office 365 is practical Office 365 can be deployed immediately and without in-depth IT expertise, and it is of course compatible with popular Microsoft programs. Your employees don't need any special training, saving valuable working time that you can invest more productively.
Office 365 is flexible The services can operate either in mixed mode with your own servers or stand-alone. Data within the services is archived by default. You always use the latest version, automatically and without having to deal with updates.
Office 365 is affordable You can significantly reduce your IT expenditures because there is no upfront investment or major effort involved in running your own IT operations (servers, electricity and staff) once you have migrated to the cloud.
Office 365 is reliable Office 365 provides 99.9% availability while guaranteeing the highest possible standard of security. Technical support plans cover service levels up to 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
What is cloud computing and how can my company benefit from it?
Many small and medium-sized companies outsource some or all of their IT infrastructure so they can concentrate exclusively on their core business.
Office 365 for small organizations You can purchase and deactivate user licenses flexibly according to your current requirements, for example to manage changing headcounts. No major investment is required; rather, you have ongoing expenses that are easy to plan and budget for. You can also use technologies that were previously reserved for large and medium-sized businesses due to the high investment costs.
Office 365 for medium organizations Investing in new software and servers means high sunk costs while also incurring maintenance expenses. With Office 365, you always have the latest versions of programs available as monthly subscriptions. You do not incur any expenses for investment, upgrades or maintenance.
You can also stop worrying about seasonal fluctuations or capacity bottlenecks: Microsoft always gives you the computing power you need, any time.
Office 365 for large organizations Companies with domestic and international operations realize a significant simplification of their IT processes. The multilingual design optimizes communication with colleagues who speak a different language. If you want to bring temporary users (e.g., contract employees) into your operations, you can benefit from monthly billing according to the number of users. The capacities available in cloud computing adjust quickly to your real needs and requirements.