Introducing the new Office
The new Office provides business-class productivity and collaboration for SMB organizations.
Enjoy virtually anywhere access to your familiar Office applications, with business-grade email, calendar, video conferencing, and most up-to-date documents across nearly all your devices – from PCs to smartphones to tablets.
The new Office works great across many devices. With its modernized, clean, and fluid user interface that works great with touch, mouse and keyboard, or pen, the new Office has new and improved ways for you to work more efficiently and naturally.
New subscription services. The new Office is available as a cloud-based subscription service. As a subscriber, you automatically get future up-grades in addition to exciting cloud services including documents cloud storage via SkyDrive, allowing you to access your content across your tablet, PC and phone.
Stay connected to your contacts. The new People Card aggregates information for your contacts – including Facebook and LinkedIn – to give you one unified view. You can quickly schedule a meeting, send an email, start an IM or voice and video chat, or host a multiparty HD video conference in a few clicks.
The common set of IT management tools. The new Office simplifies IT. Whether you are a small business with limited IT resources or a larger company with an IT infra-structure, you can easily set up the new Office and have Microsoft handle the main-tenance and security, but still have the control you want.*
Why upgrade to the new Office
If your company fits one of these four scenarios, then it’s time to consider upgrading to the new Office.
- Old server. Are you using an old server and you’re worried about security and maintenance costs?
- Growing needs. Is your company growing and looking for technology to help meet your business mobility and collaboration needs?
- Hosted mail. Are you having trouble managing a number of disconnected web-based email accounts or software?
- Old Office. Are you using outdated versions of Office such as Office 2003 and experiencing compatibility issues or concerns about end of support?