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  • 1. BRINGING TOGETHER CLOUD VERSIONS OF OUR MOST TRUSTED COMMUNICATIONS AND COLLABORATION PRODUCTS WITH THE LATEST VERSION OF OUR DESKTOP SUITE FOR BUSINESSES OF ALL SIZES.
  • 2. • IT consultant or no IT • Low monthly subscription price • Focus on simplicity vs. features • Community help • Any size organization • Internal IT or IT partner required • Fully featured, scripting, customization • Range of offerings by use type • 24x7 phone support
  • 3. Agenda • Introduction • About Office 365 • Usefulness of Office 365 • Components of Office 365 • Benefits of Office 365 • Hardware and Software Requirements • Features of Office 365 • Pricing of Office 365 • Managing Office 365 • Training • Account Readiness • Closure
  • 4. Introduction • Global Business Information Communication Technology Services (GBICTS), a Microsoft Partner, business and ICT consulting solution and support provision services company focuses on advising and equipping organizations (Academic Institutions, Businesses, Governments and NGOs) on how to enhance performance using the latest Information and Communication Technology solutions aligned to business objectives. Our team of experts and professionals has the capabilities to deliver affordable and cutting-edge services to all sectors of industry. • GBICTS is committed to the service of improving on the economic efficiency of profit and non-profit organizations, companies, business enterprises using the latest Microsoft cloud computing technology to share, collaborate and virtually connect everywhere using Microsoft Office 365 platform. • GBICTS limited is also deeply involve in sales of original hardware with guarantee, sales and distribution of licenses software with network infrastructure setup.
  • 5. About Microsoft Office 365 • Microsoft Office365 is a hosted communication and collaboration solution that delivers the capabilities of Microsoft Exchange Server, SharePoint Server and Lync Server as cloud-based (internet) services. • It can also be seen as a Software and Service solution that includes Microsoft Office and other services, such as email and collaboration from Microsoft’s cloud server. Microsoft Office 365 provides desktop functionalities and is available by subscription. • Microsoft Office 365 simplifies IT management. With powerful security features and performance reliability, Office 365 combines familiar Microsoft productivity, collaboration, and communication tools through Exchange, SharePoint and Lync online to support workers virtually wherever they are, on almost any device. With choice of deployment options, IT can continue to run some applications on- premises while moving others to the cloud, or migrate entirely to the cloud.
  • 6. What Microsoft Office 365 can do you • Access to e-mail, documents, contacts, and calendars on nearly any device • Simple and secure collaboration with colleagues and business partners • Works seamlessly with Microsoft Office and the other programs people use today • Business-class features including IT-level phone support, financially- backed 99.9% uptime, geo-redundancy, disaster recovery, and robust security and privacy controls and standards • Comprehensive solutions including desktop productivity applications, portals, extranets, external Web site, instant messaging, voice and video conferencing, Web conferencing, e-mail, voice mail and unified messaging • Pay-as-you-go pricing options which provide predictability and flexibility for all or part of an organization
  • 7. What can Microsoft Exchange Online do for you? • Exchange online provides you with access to email, calendar, and contacts from virtually anywhere at any time on desktops, laptops, and mobile devices, while helping to protect against malicious software and spam. • Easily manage your email with 25 GB mailboxes, and send emails up to 25 MB in size. • Work from almost anywhere with automatically updated email, calendar, and contacts across devices you use most, including PCs, Macintosh computers, iPhone, Android phones, BlackBerry Smartphones,1 Microsoft Windows Mobile, and Windows Phones. • Connect with Microsoft Outlook 2007, Office Outlook 2010, and Office Outlook 2013 and use all of the rich Outlook functionality you already know and use, whether you are connected to the Internet at home or in the office, or are working offline. • Access your email, calendar, and contacts from nearly any web browser while keeping a rich, familiar Outlook experience with Outlook Web App. • Use your existing domain name to create customized email addresses powered by Exchange Online (for example, mark@contoso.com).
  • 8. What can Microsoft Lync Online do for you? • Microsoft Lync helps you find and quickly connect with the right person from within the Office applications you already use. • Find and connect with colleagues and customers from virtually anywhere, view presence, instant messaging, audio-video calls, and online meetings. • Use the presence indicator to see when co-workers and partners are online and available. • Make PC-to-PC voice and video calls with colleagues and customers. • Conduct rich online meetings, including audio-, video- and web conferencing, with people both inside and outside your organization. • Conduct online poll to elect new leaders in your organization. • Share your desktop, online whiteboards, and presentations with colleagues and partners inside and outside your organization. • Click to communicate with other users of Office 365, Microsoft Windows Live and MSN® Messenger. • Quality Voice and video recording capability
  • 9. What can Microsoft SharePoint Online do for you? • Microsoft SharePoint Online helps you create sites to share documents and information with colleagues and customers. It lets you do the following: • Work together effectively by sharing team documents. • Keep your team’s important documents online. • Provide all team members with online access to critical business information whenever and wherever they need it. • Easily protect critical business information by controlling who can access, read, and share documents and information. • Share information with people outside your organization, including customers and business partners. • Easily broadcast your company by using already website template to design your company website. • Work securely on a project by setting a workflow function in the team sites. • Use blog to provides a forum for people to write communications that can be viewed across the entire organization.
  • 10. What can Office Pro Plus do for you? • Use the latest version of Microsoft office to work both online and offline in your company. • Install full package of Office 2013 to 5 system per a user. • Use Microsoft Office Word for word processing, such as creating and editing documents, Microsoft Excel application for data analysis and numeric manipulation , PowerPoint to create and deliver presentations and OneNote for capturing and organizing notes., • Use Outlook for e-mail, contacts, and calendaring including scheduling meetings, meeting rooms, and other resources. • Simultaneously edit word, PowerPoint, Excel spreadsheets and OneNote, with others in real time, and see exactly who is editing and viewing your documents. • Access and view files from your mobile device. • View documents in high fidelity. • Ensure that viewers see files with consistent formatting when moving between Office Web Apps and desktop Office applications
  • 11. • Pay-as-you-go, per-user licensing • Complete Office experience with services integration • Always the latest version of Office and Office Web Apps • Familiar Office user experience • My Sites to manage and share documents • Access documents offline • Document-level permissions • Share documents securely with Extranet Sites • Broadcast your site with public site • 25Gb mailbox with voicemail & unified messaging • Integrated personal archiving • Retention policies and legal hold • Free/busy coexistence • IM & Presence across firewalls • GAL/Skill search in SharePoint • High quality Voice/Video calls • Online meeting with desktop sharing • Windows Live federation
  • 12. Components of Office 365 • The Office 365 product is actually an umbrella term that encompasses four different technologies that have been woven together to provide a seamless solution in the cloud. Use this reference to quickly get a handle on Office 365 and its components as well as their purpose and problems they are designed to solve. • SharePoint Online: SharePoint is Microsoft’s web platform and is designed to provide communication, consolidation, collaboration, and content management. • Exchange Online: Exchange is Microsoft’s email server designed to handle the heavy lifting of managing and routing emails. In addition Exchange handles functionality such as contacts, calendars, and tasks. Users generally use an email client such as Outlook to connect to Exchange. • Lync Online: Lync is a communications system designed to provide instant communication and ad-hoc meetings. Lync lets you conduct online meetings by sharing your screen or presentations online with multiple users simultaneously while communicating via voice, chat, and surveys. Lync is integrated with the other products in Office 365 in order to provide instant ability to communicate regardless of what software you are using. • Office Professional Plus: Office Professional Plus is the nearly ubiquitous productivity suite used by information workers around the world.
  • 13. Key component of SharePoint Online • Site Collection: A SharePoint Site Collection is a top level site that contains other sub-sites. The difference between a Site Collection and a Site is that a Site Collection contains separate security and is isolated from other Site Collections. A Site on the other hand is contained by a top level Site Collection and shares security and other aspects with other Sites within the same Site Collection. • Sites: A SharePoint Site is nothing more than a website. At its root SharePoint is a website management system that provides a rich assortment of functionality that can be easily integrated into the SharePoint websites. • Document Libraries: A Document Library is a mechanism to store content within SharePoint. A Document Library provides functionality for content management such as check-in and check-out, versioning, security, and workflow. • Lists: A SharePoint List is simply a list of data. Much like you would have a grocery list a SharePoint List stores data in columns and rows. • Wikis: A Wiki is a specialized website that allows community members the ability to update the content of the web site on the fly. A Wiki is not specific to SharePoint however SharePoint provides Wiki functionality as a feature. • Blogs: A Blog is a web log or online journal. A blog provides a forum for people to write communications that can be viewed across the entire organization or Internet. Once a blog entry is posted the content can be commented and discussed on the blog entry page. Blogs are prevalent throughout modern society and SharePoint provides the ability to get a blog up and running in a manner of minutes. • Discussion Board: A Discussion Board allows for online discussion throughout the organization. A discussion board provides a forum for people to post questions and replies that can be viewed throughout the organization.
  • 14. Key Components of Exchange Online • Mail: E-mail is probably the most used for of communication in the modern age. Exchange excels at handling e-mail. You connect to Exchange using an e-mail client such as Outlook. • Calendar: If you use Outlook then you are familiar with booking your meetings and appointments on the Calendar tab. Exchange is the actual product that handles these events because Outlook is just the client. • Contacts: Having a place to store all of your contacts is critical in today’s connected world. With Exchange all of your contacts are stored on the server and can be accessed to by any connected device. For example, you can use your mobile phone, laptop, home computer, or work computer. You can even connect by using any computer that has a web browser through Outlook Web Access (OWA). • Task: Unless you have the memory of a savant then you probably work from a task list. When you store your tasks in Outlook you are actually storing them out in the cloud in Exchange. Just like the other aspects of Exchange, your tasks are available from any connected device. Because your tasks are in Exchange, you can add a task on your laptop and have it instantly available on your work computer when you login.
  • 15. Key Components of Lync Online • Meetings: Lync allows you to conduct instant and ad-hoc meetings. Using Lync you can share your computer screen or applications so that everyone in the meeting is looking at the same thing. You can use features, such as a virtual white board, shared chat rooms, questions, and surveys. Lync meeting functionality is integrated tightly with Outlook so that you can create meetings and invite participants on the fly with only a few clicks of the mouse. • Messaging: Lync allows you to send messages by using popular messaging platforms, such as Yahoo, AOL, and Windows Live in addition to internal corporate users. • Voice: Lync integrates with your corporate phone system to provide one-click calling as well as other features, such as having voicemails sent to your e-mail and Outlook. • Video: Using Lync you can integrate video into meetings and messaging for as close to an in person experience as possible.
  • 16. Key Office Pro Plus Components • Word: Microsoft Office Word is used for word processing, such as creating and editing documents. • Excel: An application used for data analysis and numeric manipulation. • PowerPoint: PowerPoint is used to create and deliver presentations. • Outlook With Business Contact Manager: An application used for e-mail, contacts, and calendaring including scheduling meetings, meeting rooms, and other resources. • OneNote: An application used for capturing and organizing notes. • Publisher: An application used to create and share publications and marketing materials, such as brochures, newsletters, post cards, and greeting cards. • Access: A database application used to collect, store, manipulate, and report on data. • InfoPath: An application designed to create nifty and useful forms that are used to collect data from people. • SharePoint Workspace: SharePoint is great but what happens when you aren’t connected to the Internet and need to access and work with your website? SharePoint Workspace allows you to take SharePoint sites offline. • Lync: When you need to connect with other people Lync is the tool for you. Lync allows you to connect with others by using features, such as instant messaging and conferencing including screen sharing, polling, and shared presentations.
  • 17. No information will be loss if there is fire outbreak or theft. Key Benefits of Office 365 Simple and easy to use Be assured of 99.9% uptime services. Get high accurate spam filtering and multiple virus scan engine. Pay-as-you-go pricing options which provide predictability and flexibility for all or part of an organization. 24/7 Self-help and community support
  • 18. Hardware and Software Requirement HARDWARE OPERATING SYSTEM CLIENT SOFTWARE Desktop and laptop computers Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Windows XP Service Pack 3(Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0) Macintosh OS X(Java client 1.4.2) Office clients Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 and 2013 Service Pack 3 Office 2008 for Mac and Microsoft Entourage 2008 Web Services Edition Office 2011 for Mac and Outlook 2011 for Mac NET 2.0 or later. Microsoft Lync 2010 and 2013 Communicator for Mac Browsers Internet Explorer 7 or later Firefox 3 or higher Safari 3 or higher on Macintosh OS X 10.5 Chrome 3 and later versions
  • 19. 20 • Exchange Email, Calendar, Contacts & Personal Archive • 25 GB Mailbox • ActiveSync Mobile Support • SharePoint Team Sites 1 • Office Web Apps • Simple Public Website 2 • Online Access databases • Lync Rich Client • Online meetings • Desktop Sharing • Multiparty IM & PC-to-PC Calling • Self-Help and Community Support • Spam and malware protection • Office Mobile for iPhone and Android phones • Other mobile apps. • Enterprise social network • Advanced email • eDiscovery center • Advanced voice • Business intelligence • Enterprises voice 1 10,000 site collection, authenticated external user access enabled for unlimited unique users/month. 2 Includes ready-to-use templates, option to add custom domain. 3 Up to 100GB per site collection. (25 GB for trial) • • • • • • •
  • 20. 21 • Exchange Email, Calendar, Contacts & Personal Archive • 25 GB Mailbox • ActiveSync Mobile Support • SharePoint Team Sites 1 • Office Web Apps • Simple Public Website 2 • Online Access databases • Lync Rich Client • Online meetings 3 • Desktop Sharing • Multiparty IM & PC-to-PC Calling • Self-Help and Community Support • Spam and malware protection • Office Mobile for iPhone and Android phones • Other mobile apps.1 One site collection, authenticated external user access enabled for up to 50 unique users/month. 2 Includes ready-to-use templates, option to add custom domain. 3 Online meetings limited to 50 participants. • • • • • • •
  • 21. 22 Site mailbox store Active directory integration
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  • 23. Management of Microsoft office 365 • Gbicts Limited is committed to the service of training organizations’ staff to be proficient in using Office 365 for effective management of their information. Gbicts Limited’s customers care attend to her esteemed customers 24/7 on every forms of technical, subscription and other related issues.
  • 24. Trainings • Commercial trainings • Classroom trainings • Basic Knowledge training • Intermediate Knowledge training • Advanced Knowledge training • Technical trainings • Certification training • Administering Office 365 for small business • Administering Office 365 • Deploying Office 365 for small business • Single Package training • Microsoft Exchange Online: what & new features • Microsoft Sharepoint Online ... what & new features • Microsoft Lync Online: what & new features
  • 25. Availability • Account will be set up within 24 - 48 hours of successful subscription (payment)
  • 26. Closure • With the help of this latest Microsoft cloud computing technology (Microsoft Office 365) to collaborate, share, communicate and virtually connect everywhere, with annual price predictability and perfect information back up system, effectiveness and efficiency of work is guaranteed.
  • 27. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.