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Microsoft Office 365 (Beta) for Business Ready

   
2:53 pm on Apr 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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Microsoft Office 365 (Beta) for Business Ready [pcworld.com]
Now anyone can try Office 365, Microsoft's cloud productivity package for businesses. The service opened Sunday night for beta testing, coming a step closer to its final launch, which will occur sometime later this year.



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5:19 pm on Apr 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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As I was looking for something similar
I might give it a try ($6 monthly)
5:48 pm on Apr 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I used to be the guy who loved to work with the beta stuff. No more. Three years ago I started getting burned. Even by Apple, who typically sent out rock solid stuff. Now, there has to be a compelling ($) reason to look at ANY upgrade. And, beta? Forget it. You go first.

I'm setting up a firm now with Google Apps for Business, especially email. 40 seats at $50 a year per seat. Plus what I'm charging them to set it up and be their go-to guy. (million$).

It's a high security situation (medical and finance), but this year Google got that nailed down, finally.

You work with the small firms who are struggling to keep up tech-wise, control costs and, most of all, stay focused on their enterprise instead of admin, and the cloud looks smart. I wonder about some those here (you-know-who-you-are) who are maintaining a bank of servers in room down the hall.
6:08 pm on Apr 18, 2011 (gmt 0)



Excited about "cloud..." and leaving the data in someone's else's computer? Read: [google.com...]

Talk to the keyboard all day once you cannot access anything.
6:28 pm on Apr 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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Meanwhile,...
Apple has hired the General Manager of Microsoft's data center operations, Kevin Timmons, the man who's responsible for Microsoft's data centers that power the company's cloud-based services. It most likely foretells a big Apple push into the cloud.
[pcworld.com...]
Nothing to see here, just move along, folks.
9:36 am on Apr 19, 2011 (gmt 0)

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Good thing I know for sure is for small business. Office 365 will also give a flexibility to active subscribing user to have one free copy of Office Professional Plus..and that is good for sure for all those desk less workers.