Posted on January 4, 2021 by Louise Howland
Microsoft 365 (Office 365) is a subscription based service helps organisations create, analyse and share through its range of applications. In this short video, we provide an introduction to Microsoft 365, from what it includes to the reasons why so many organisations are migrating to it.
Microsoft 365 (previously known as Office 365) is a subscription service charged on a cost per user per month basis. It includes access to Microsoft Office applications plus other productivity services that are enabled over the Internet (the cloud)
This can depend on which plan you have, there are different features and tools within Microsoft 365 and multiple plans depending on the size and type of the organisation and the functionality required. At the top end, it includes email with a 50 GB mailbox, desktop and web versions of the latest Office apps: Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, plus each individual users licence covers the use of 5 phones, 5 tablets, & 5 PCs or Macs per user.
SharePoint, Teams, OneDrive and OneNote gives your organisation file storage, collaboration, video calling, note taking and so much more to bring your teams together, manage projects and improve your productivity.
As well as an easy to budget for payment plan, with Office 365 you know you always get access to the latest updates and software. There is guaranteed 99.9% uptime, with a financially backed service level agreement and world-class data security. It is very valuable to the users as they benefit from personal access to applications
It can be accessed from anywhere at any time and it has built in collaboration tools including both OneDrive for business and SharePoint, there is also seamless integration between the other Microsoft 365 tools. It is a great option but before you make any sudden moves to migrate over, we advise speaking to an IT provider like us here at ramsac to make sure it is the best move for your business and to help you manage the migration.