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Microsoft Office 365
Office Productivity Tools that Mean Business
The future is looking very bright for Microsoft Office 365, now that it has substantially surpassed Google Apps, and businesses everywhere are evaluating its benefits. With impressive storage allocations (a terabyte for each user), video conferencing and email for most plans, and many other business-class features available in seven different pricing options, companies small and large can find a plan that is both affordable and appropriate for their needs.
Office on the Desktop
All but two basic Office 365 plans include full desktop versions of the most current Office productivity suite, installed on up to five PCs or Macs for each user, with mobile apps extending functionality to tablets and smartphones (Windows Phone, iPhone and Android.)
Business Intelligence (BI)
Most versions of Office 365 feature some form of BI, and with the Enterprise E5 plan, companies gain Power BI, with its live dashboards and interactive reports, and Delve Analytics to leverage communications and collaboration data for richer insights.
Email and Collaboration
Most plans include secure, business-class email with a familiar Outlook interface that users access from desktops or the Outlook Web App. Plans with email include 50 gigabytes of storage for each user and an administrator-configurable attachment size limit of up to 150 megabytes.
Compliance Tools and eDiscovery
Organizations subject to regulatory compliance, or for whom long-term archival and discovery is important, can step up to the Enterprise E3 versions and gain a unified eDiscovery center, in-place legal hold with unlimited email storage, rights management, and more.