The world is evolving at a fast pace with the growth of technology. If you aren’t proactive in evolving your business at the same pace you run the risk of falling behind. One of the ways you can do this is by using productivity software such as Microsoft Office 365. Here are a few ways that Office 365 can benefit your business.
Whether you are at the office, traveling for business or at home you need to be able to access your business data. Letting time pass whilst you are waiting for a flight is unfortunately no longer the status quo. Today, fast responses are normal and can differentiate you from the competition. With Microsoft Office 365 you and your team can access all important contacts, emails, calendars, and documents from anywhere as long as they have an Internet connection.
Majority of people know how to use the Office Suite thanks to it being the most popular productivity software and nothing is worse than wasting precious productivity time on training staff on software they might hate. Microsoft Office is familiar, user-friendly and intuitive.
Gone are the days of sending an email with an attached working document and losing track of where edits have taken place. With Office 365 it’s easier to share and work on documents. They can work together from anywhere and produce better results quicker. Office 365 uses cloud technology to increase productivity so that no matter where you are in the world, you can work with your team as if you were in the same office.
Microsoft Office 365 works with your business, regardless if you are a massive enterprise or SME. Whether your company is reliant on desktop PCs or just needs management of documents and email, Office 365 has a plan to suit your business needs. As you grow, your productivity software will with you.
If not the number one, but the most important feature of Office 365 is it’s security features. It has built-in features to protect your data from common attacks such as malware, spam, and phishing attempts. Because it uses cloud storage, your data is safe from both external threats and hardware failure. As long as you or your team can access the Internet you will have access to your data from any device.