Microsoft Office: Productivity Made Simple
Is your company struggling to meet the business demands of sharing and collaborating on documents while fully leveraging mobile technology and accelerating communication?
If so, look no further than Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Office Is Now One of the World’s Most Powerful Business Technology Solutions. Let’s Explore Its Value.
Microsoft’s productivity suite has been completely redesigned to provide distinct packages with features and benefits that target the needs of small or midsized businesses (SMBs).
Microsoft Office comes in three versions — E1, E3 and E5 — all of which are designed for SMBs (Microsoft 365 is now the recommended version for enterprise use).
E1 includes Office apps (mobile and web), 50 GB of storage, a calendar, email archiving, Exchange Online protection, public folder mailboxes, resource mailboxes, and Microsoft Shift, a schedule management tool that helps users create, update, and manage schedules for their team.
E3 builds on E1, also including desktop apps, a 100 GB mailbox, the Outlook desktop client, Microsoft Bookings, security and compliance, and more.
E5 expands the offering even further, adding advanced security, analytics, and voice capabilities.
Firms that just want apps and cloud services or sharing/storage can opt for Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, but it does not include business email.
Microsoft Office confers several important benefits that streamline workflow and enhance both user and corporate productivity:
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Even though Microsoft Office is generally best suited for firms of up to 250 employees, as a Silver Microsoft Partner we like to custom-match each company to the best solution.
To ask questions and explore the right edition for your firm, call 678-719-9671 Ext. 2 or email email@example.com.
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