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Microsoft takes Office into the cloud
REDMOND (Washington): Microsoft has taken its Office software into the Internet "cloud," moving the suite of popular business tools online amid budding competition from Google's web-based products. Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer presided over an event here for the global launch of Office 365, which the US software giant released in beta, or test, mode in October. Ballmer said Office 365 is "where Microsoft Office meets the cloud" and is designed for "any business of any size." Office 365 joins Microsoft's SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync programs as Internet-hosted services, sparing businesses the expense of buying, installing and maintaining the software on their computers.
Microsoft Office 365 brings together cloud versions of our most trusted communications and collaboration products—Microsoft Exchange®, Microsoft SharePoint®, and Microsoft Lync®—with the latest version of the Microsoft Office® desktop suite. It turbocharges small businesses with powerful, relevant tools—and lets enterprises regain their youthful agility. Contact us to get the latest info on the next generation of cloud services from Microsoft!