Microsoft Released Office 365 beta

Microsoft has released a beta of its new and improved online productivity suite, Office 365. It comes in two editions, small business and enterprise, and makes it easy and cost effective to go “into the cloud” without giving up the familiar Microsoft server and client applications. Expected to be released in final form in 2011, Office 365 will include email, collaboration, presence/communications (IM and audio/video calls and conferencing), and both Office Web Apps and (in the enterprise edition) Office 2010 Professional Plus. It’s familiar Microsoft productivity applications your team already uses. It’s business-class security and reliability. It’s IT control and efficiency delivered to fit your organization’s unique needs. And it’s an all in one pay-as-you-go service with an affordable price.

Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses is available for $6 per user/per month subscription that lets you access your email, important documents, contacts, and calendar from virtually anywhere on almost any device. Start using Microsoft Office 365 right away.
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