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Integrate Social Networking Platforms with Office Professional Plus

Office Professional Plus includes new set of features to help you keep track of your social networks through the Outlook Social Connector. When you connect Outlook to Facebook, LinkedIn, SharePoint My [more…]

Definition of Office 365 Cloud Computing

The cloud is a metaphor for the Internet. In very simplistic terms, cloud computing means that your Microsoft Office 365 applications or software, data, and computing needs are accessed, stored, and occur [more…]

The History of Office 365 Cloud Computing

Contrary to general belief, cloud computing is not a new concept that arrived with Microsoft Office 365. The arrival of in the late 1990s was indeed a milestone, but the idea of an “intergalactic [more…]

Where Office 365 Cloud Computing Is Today

Cloud computing has developed along numerous paths. The surge of new technologies, social media innovations, and Web 2.0 altered the media landscape in 2009. Google and others soon focused their attention [more…]

Smart Computing with Windows Azure

Windows Azure is a set of technologies and services that empowers businesses to take advantage of the scalability and agility of cloud computing. The technology not only allows businesses to store data [more…]

Cloud Productivity with Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 combines the familiar and trusted communication (Exchange Online) and collaboration (SharePoint Online and Lync Online) software into the cloud. In addition, the same Microsoft Outlook [more…]

Microsoft Office 365 Features and Benefits

Moving to the Office 365 cloud comes with some key features and benefits. Namely, your organization gets to continue to use the software you have been using for years, but you now get to shift the burden [more…]

Microsoft Office 365 Products

The Office 365 product is actually a package of products sold on a monthly basis. In particular, these include Office Professional Plus, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, and Lync Online. [more…]

Microsoft Office 365 Pay-As-You-Go Flexibility

With pay-as-you-go licensing, your organization is able to turn on or off licensing depending on the number of users that require Microsoft Office 365. In addition, Microsoft has added flexibility for [more…]

Office 365 Web Apps Offer Smooth Transition from Native Apps

In addition to running Office applications, such as Word and Excel on your local computer, Office 365 also includes a web version of these applications called Office Web Apps. When working with the Office [more…]

How to Use Outlook Web Access from Office 365

Outlook Web Access (OWA) from Microsoft Office 365 provides the ability for you to check your enterprise Exchange e-mail, using nothing more than a web browser. Instead of using Outlook on your local computer [more…]

How to Group Conversations in Your Microsoft Outlook Inbox

Microsoft Outlook 2010 from Office 365 has a feature geared toward helping you keep track of all those conversations. The feature automatically groups conversations by subject. [more…]

Office 365 Productivity Advantage

Consider Microsoft Office 365 as a door that is open to organizations of all sizes to take advantage of enterprise-caliber productivity applications, social computing, and unified communications. And all [more…]

How to Recover Deleted Items from Outlook Web App

In both the online and desktop version of Outlook, recovering deleted e-mail is simple. With Office 365's Exchange Online, you can easily recover accidently deleted items. [more…]

Access E-Mail Accounts through Office 365

You can connect up to five e-mail accounts in the Outlook Web App from Microsoft Office 365 for easy management of those connected accounts in one place. When setting up additional accounts, take note [more…]

Set Up Your Out of Office Notification in Outlook Web App

The same rich Outlook desktop application features are available in the Outlook Web App, which is part of Office 365. One of those features is the ability to set your out of office [more…]

The Outlook Web App Scheduling Assistant

Setting up meetings and booking conference rooms can be a breeze when you use the scheduling assistant in Outlook Web App, which is part of Microsoft Office 365. When you select your meeting attendees [more…]

Insert Pictures, Tables, and Hyperlinks to Notes with OneNote Web App

A picture is worth a thousand words, so why not add pictures to your notes with OneNote Web App? If you’re more of a data person, use tables to organize information in columns and rows. Need to share a [more…]

Office Web Apps Environments and Benefits

For the end users, Office Web Apps, part of the Office 365 suite of products, mean anytime, anywhere access to their documents where there is an Internet connection — even on a mobile device! You don’t [more…]

Support Office Web Apps with the Right Browser and Devices

Office Web Apps is the cloud version of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. The apps allow users to create high-quality documents, simultaneously make changes to the documents with coauthors [more…]

Office Web Apps Front and Back

By default, when you open a Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or OneNote document from a SharePoint document library, the file is opened directly in the browser by using Office Web Apps. Although you’re viewing [more…]

Comparison of Office Word Web App and Word

With the release of Office 365, a new version of Word is available that runs as a web application in your web browser. This development may not sound very spectacular, but it has some nifty benefits. [more…]

Features of the Word Web App Interface

The Word Web App interface is almost identical to the regular Word interface, except that it runs within your web browser. The interface contains a Ribbon at the top of the screen, which contains such [more…]

How to Work with Word Web App Documents

Creating a new Word document in a SharePoint Online document library is easy. You simply browse to the Documents tab on the Ribbon and then click the New Document button in the Ribbon. [more…]

Advanced Functions of the Word Web App

The Word Web App contains features beyond just adding and modifying text-based content. In particular, you can work with styles in order to standardize the look and feel of your document and tables to [more…]


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