Not all (Microsoft) Offices are created equal


Ryan Bush

Have you ever wondered why one Office 365 license can be used on up to five devices and is priced between $12-$20 a month, but to purchase the Microsoft Office software in a store only works on one device and costs around $399?? No, you have not ever wondered about that? Really? Ok. I hope you are wondering about it now, because I am about to explain… Before I begin, what do you think about my view yesterday? Not bad, right? Back to Microsoft, Office 365 and Office 2016. First, I will begin by listing some of the features: Price:                    $12-$20 per month Installations:     5 (can be installed on PC, Mac, tablet, phone) Apps:                     Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, email, OneNote, Publisher, Access, Skype for Business, Sway, OneDrive for Business, Yammer, Office… Read more!

Big things are happening in the Microsoft Cloud


Ryan Bush

Microsoft developed a cloud platform meant to provide scalable IT infrastructure designed to handle the needs of enterprise business operations. However, the same cloud platform that was designed for enterprise clients is now available for use by businesses of all sizes. The most important services directly affecting small and medium sized businesses are Office 365, Hosted Exchange and Microsoft Azure. Office 365 offers clients the traditional Microsoft Office suite of applications inside a cloud environment which expands the collaboration capability. Office 365 improves collaboration within an organization through SharePoint and OneDrive. These additions to the Office suite make it easy for businesses to develop solutions tailored to their needs outside of any management software they are currently using. SharePoint can help automate business processes while OneDrive provides anytime access to documents and allow users to share documents with people inside and outside their organization. Hosted Exchange offers businesses the opportunity… Read more!