Office 365 for small businesses part two

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  • This deck is designed to help you lead with Office 365 Small Business Premium to customers with 1-10 users.
  • Let’s see how Office 365 can give you anywhere access to things you need to keep your business running at all times.
  • Before the click:Office 365 includes the latest version of all the familiar Office applications – including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook – for you to use on your PCs and Macs. After the Click:In addition, it also provides access to certain Office applications that are optimized for tablets and smartphones. For example, Outlook for Windows tablets is optimized for touch experience and makes it easier for users to interact, compose and manage their email on the go. Lync and OneNote for Windows Phones as well as iOS and Android operating system provide the rich experience on the mobile phones. For each Office 365 licenseduser,you can use Office on up to 5 PC or Mac, and 5 mobile devices.
  • There is no use for Office on all your devices if you can’t get to your documents.With Office 365, your documents are saved to the cloud by default so they are automatically backed up. You now have a “drive” in the cloud called SkyDrive Pro for documents that you are managing and working on but can also share with others ( looking at the slide top right bar you can see the SkyDrive Pro link)Because everything is saved to the cloud, when you sign into Office 365 from any browser, you will always have the latest version of your documents. To see your documents (look to the left of the slide). This also goes for settings like your personal dictionary and custom templates. To see whether your documents are saved to the cloud, look to the top right of the screen for the sync button. You can still access and work on your documents when you are offline. When you go back online your documents will automatically re-sync back to the cloud. If need be with a couple of clicks you can easily revert back to a previous document version.
  • You usually travel with your laptop or tablets. But on the occasion that they ran out of battery, you can still work on your documents using Office Web Apps by logging into your Office 365 account from any browser.Office Web Apps are now improved to provide you with the full feature experience in your web browser so you can create new documents or edit using your favorite browser. [Click]With the new and improved Web Apps, you get more of the same ribbon experience that you are familiar with in the rich application. And more options will be added as we continue to make editions in the upcoming releases. [Click]Get updated editing functionality like inline reply to comments as well as rich editing experience
  • In the next video I’ll look at how Office 365 can help you look your best regardless of your firms size
  • Office 365 for small businesses part two

    1. 1. Your complete office in the cloud.The new Office forSmall BusinessesChristopher BirdOwnerCloud Hound
    2. 2. Get the latest version ofthe familiar Officeapplications on all yourdevices:PC, Mac, tablet andsmartphone.
    3. 3. Sign in to Office andyour email and latestdocuments are just asyou left themSave your files to thecloud for automaticbackup and sync to adevice for offlineaccess
    4. 4. Work on documentseven when you’re awayfrom your device
    5. 5. c.a.bird@cloudhound.co.ukwww.cloudhound.co.uk

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