You may be thinking that your normal, offline productivity tools are adequate enough, but all businesses that use these tools should consider the additional benefits that come with Office 365. Like many Microsoft products, it has become the standard for productivity.
Use familiar tools – Office 365 works seamlessly with Microsoft tools you already use, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and much more. It has all the capabilities of the programs offered on a subscription model, and with Blue Net, migration from the old platform to the new is quick and easy. All your employees will see are some amazing new features and abilities, and none of the hassle.
Collaborate with ease – No more multiple drafts of documents or large attachments to emails. Sharing a Word doc or spreadsheet is as easy as cutting and pasting a link. With Microsoft, you can even send instant messages and invite co-workers and customers to participate in online meetings, where you can review and work with the same document.
Give your employees the flexibility they need – The new reality of today’s workplace is most employees don’t strictly work 9 to 5. Office 365 gives access to email, documents, contacts, and calendars from almost any device, meaning your employees are free to work where and when they choose.
Anything you need, when you need it – Microsoft offers much more than word processing, presentation software, and spreadsheets. It offers a full suite of business tools, like Microsoft Teams, that can be added and removed whenever you need it, and best of all, many of these tools are free.
Enjoy easy flexibility and scalability – In the old days, you would need to buy a license to get a full Microsoft Office suite, which was time consuming and costly if you overestimated the number of licenses you needed. With Office 365, you only pay for what you need, when you need it, which lowers your overall costs and makes them predictable and easy to manage