More and more small business (often called SMBs) are seeing the benefit of a using a professional online service (or buzz word ‘cloud’) like Office 365. With your domain name linked to the Outlook email, all small business can feel like a corporate with the power of Exchange email, communications via Lync for Instant Messaging, Live Meeting and voice. While not necessary to have multiple accounts, the power of team collaboration using Office 365 can show it’s best side: sharing calendar’s, checking free and busy times when creating appointments, document versioning in SharePoint Online, Instant Messaging presence with Lync Online. Office Web Apps allows you to edit Office documents without having Office installed on your PC or laptop. If you do have a copy of Office 2007 or better, 2010, then there are some better beneftts for editing SharePoint documents. ip address Office 2010 Professional Plus is available for download on Office 365 subscriptons E1 and E2. Here, in Australia, Office 365 is offered by Telstra billing system in conjection with Microsoft partners. They offer a no obligation trial which offers all the features for 30 days and 10 users. What have you got to lose? Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be glad to set it up.
One of the biggest advantages of Office 365 Exchange Online versus it’s on premise counterpart is the mailbox size. Often companies need to limit mailbox sizes of users due to storage restrictions and have to put in archiving policies to handle the overflow. With Office 365 Exchange Online all email accounts get 25GB in their mail store. That’s a generous and hard to resist option for IT administrators. ip address domain properties . web headers .
The long anticipated successor to BPOS is released to much fanfare in New York on Tuesday 28th June. As the beta version was already doing the rounds in many countries, the 40 market release features Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online (combing LiveMeeting and Office Communicator) and Office Web Apps. With guaranteed SLAs of 99.9% the subscription service will be sold via Microsoft Partners and Teltsra in Australia. The number of packages has increased, with a P1 for small businesses under 25 users and Enterprise version offering different levels of service and connectivity on to on premise Active Directory servers. The P1 licence is $7.90, which is a considerable saving on BPOS pricing, which was offering the fill suite for $16.95. Kozma Technology is fully committed to Office 365 and migrations from existing platforms. All queries can be directed to email@example.com ip address web headers