Sometimes you want to carry your productivity apps with you everywhere you whether at work or home. That’s what Office 365 will do for you.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote probably need no introduction to you as a user but as a small business we found that using Exchange Online at just a few dollars a month gave us the power to have store all our emails exchanges between staff and clients and PR agencies. With each user getting 50 GB of mailbox storage with the ability to send attachments of up to 150 MB in size was a good deal.
Exchange Online also supports Outlook so the email environment is familiar and safe but only better because with web access and apps for iOS and Android, it becomes easier to work as you travel or play with your family. With so much email eating into your work time, Inbox management helps you clean out the clutter from spam to cold emails using AI to match with your work habits and clients.
As a small media company, Online Exchange also allows one to save documents into OneDrive for Business then collaborate with other users from Outlook on the web or just archive them after work. Attachment sharing becomes much more easier for small teams and groups via Office 365 Groups.
Sharing calendars and contacts is also good for any business to compare calendars with each other and schedule meetings without having to call or email anyone. A user can also plug in third-party web apps for work and communication allowing them to reduce the clutter of apps and devices both at home or at work with a promise of anti-malware and anti-spam protection via Exchange Online Protection.
For calls, Office 365 has a hosted Unified Messaging through the Online Exchange to allow you to answer or make company calls securely.