Co-create and collaborate with Office 365 for business
Office 365 makes MS Office applications – including Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, OneNote® and Skype for Business® – accessible when and where you need it. Office 365 goes beyond standard Word and Powerpoint. Boost employee productivity, facilitate teamwork, share data and business insights through a secure, cloud-based productivity suite from Microsoft. The benefits of employing Office 365 for business are far-reaching:
Choose a plan that best suits your business requirements and pay month-to-month.
All you need is an internet connection and a device to access your favourite business productivity tools.
Your documents, presentations and spreadsheets are automatically saved in the cloud for security and seamless access.
Our Microsoft specialists will help you deploy Office 365 to your business.
Anti-malware, anti-spam and multiple reduncies thanks to Microsoft’s distributed infrastructure.
Unlock leading-edge features like Rights Management or Data Loss Prevention with the Enterprise packages (features are package dependent).
For larger businesses, Ignite offers more advanced features with the Office 365 Enterprise packages
Office 365 desktop applications currently operate on the following operating systems:
If you're on another operating system, don't worry! Office applications will still be usable via your browser for a full experience.
Office Online is comprised of the Microsoft productivity suite - Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint® and OneNote® - all accessible online. This means that it is accessible from anywhere, as long as you have a web browser. The use of these applications in the cloud in combination with your cloud storage, delivered by OneDrive for Business, opens a world of collaboration - share, edit and create documents that can be edited by colleagues or external parties.
Each Office 365 application is associated to a single user name and password - its how Microsoft identifies who you are, and allows you access to things like a personal OneDrive for Business account. By distributing the licences, you would have to give all 5 employees your credentials - and therefore access to all of your documents. So, as a rule of thumb, if an individual needs the latest Office 365 application, they should have their own Business or Premium account.
The Business, Business Essentials and Business Premium plans are designed for no more than 300 users. This means that a single organisation could purchase a maximum of 900 plans, with 300 licences under each plan.