Microsoft has launched an iOS app for the Outlook component of its Office 365 suite, adding native email and calendar access for iPhone and iPad users. In other news for Australian Office 365 users: the companion Office iOS app for editing documents, which came out last month in US-only form, is now available in the Australian iTunes store as well.
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Here’s a great new video series to help IT Pros understand, deploy and manage the new Office. Microsoft’s Jeremy Chapman and Australia’s own Yoni Kirsch (from Fastrack Technology) demonstrate Office 365 with celebrity blogger, podcaster and Windows guru Paul Thurrott. This week’s special was recorded live at Microsoft’s Redmond campus and investigates some of the most common questions surrounding the new Office as a service.
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Over the weekend, Microsoft officially launched a mobile iOS app for users of the Office 365 subscription suite, enabling basic viewing and editing of Office documents on iPhones and iPads. Unfortunately, it’s not yet available in the Australian iTunes store.
Office 365 is the new Office as a subscription service for business. Your staff can access their favourite Office programs, email, calendar and other tools anywhere — from PCs to smartphones and tablets. Meanwhile you save admin time, budget and effort thanks to easy-to-use admin controls and cloud-based install. That’s pretty compelling, whether you’re a small businesses with no in-house IT resources or a larger organisation. So let’s take a closer look.