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Microsoft Office 365

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Overall 10
10

Microsoft Office 365 Home Premuim 1-year Subscription

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014

Review: Microsoft Office 365 vs. Google Apps

Techworld
8 January 2014
  • Summary: Both good value, both very different. Take your time to evaluate which is best for your organisation.
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Overall 8
8.0

Microsoft Office 365

LAPTOP Magazine
14 February 2013
  • Summary: The fact that work is becoming increasingly social has not been lost on Microsoft. It's not just the small stuff-such as the integration of Facebook and LinkedIn-but the way it has designed collaboration tools with SharePoints and Sites that points to the way teams will work together in the future.
  • Pros: Clean interface, Enhanced sharing features, Integrates with Facebook and LinkedIn, SharePoints adds useful collaboration tools
  • Cons: Separate screen to save and share documents is jarring, Not as touch-friendly as we'd like, Can't view others' edits in real-time, Separate Desktop and Modern versions of same app
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Overall 9
9.0

Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium

PC Magazine
5 February 2012
  • Conclusion: A subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium lets you install a full copy of Office 2013 on up to five devices and also lets any Windows 7 or 8 machine temporarily download Word, Excel, or the other Office apps for use on other machines. Office 2013 looks better than Office 2010 and includes new convenience features, with a minimal learning curve for existing users.
  • Pros: Designed from the ground up for cloud-based storage and collaboration. Clear, up-to-date interface. Subtle improvements throughout. Unmatched power for editing, viewing, sharing. Single license allows use on five machines, including Macs (which get Office 2011 for the Mac).
  • Cons: Clumsy to use on a touch screen.
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Overall 9
9.0

Microsoft Office 365 Review: Online Productivity Suite Offers Top-Notch Integration

PC World
29 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Microsoft Office 365 is the company’s answer to online productivity suites . A replacement for Microsoft’s Business Online Professional Services,...
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Microsoft Office 365 review

Techworld
15 January 2011
  • Summary: Microsoft Office 365 is certainly more powerful than its chief competitor, Google Apps, but more difficult and confusing to use as well. And Office 365 would likely be overkill for some businesses, especially smaller ones. Still, for companies that need all of its power and are willing to put up with sometimes frustrating navigation and a potentially long learning curve, it can be a worthwhile productivity-booster and money-saver.
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Overall 10
10

Office 365 review

IT PRO
26 April 2013
  • Excerpt: UPDATED: Is Office 365 still the best productivity suite on the planet? Find out as Microsoft finally embraces the benefits of the cloud.
  • Pros: Clean interface, Office on Demand, great collaboration features, updatable, business users automatically upgraded
  • Cons: Still not fully accessible on iPad
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Overall 7
7.0

Microsoft Office 365: The suite of cloud-based business applications offers definite advantages -- if the rough edges can be smoothed out.

Good Gear Guide.au
20 May 2012
  • Pros: more powerful than its chief competitor, Google Apps...
  • Cons: ...but more difficult and confusing to use as well
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Microsoft Office 365 for Education

PC Pro
4 November 2011
  • Conclusion: Office 365 brings useful services within the reach of every school, but might not always fit educational requirements
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Overall 8
8.0

Microsoft Office 365 beta: first look review

Computing.co.uk
12 May 2011
  • Conclusion: As expected there were glitches in the Office 365 beta, some operational, like those with Lync 2010 Online discussed above, and some due to ill-designed transitioning between web pages. It was easy to set up users, access and use the SharePoint portal team site, and upload and share documents using Office Web Apps. A big question is how many firms are using Office 2003 and see any need to upgrade to a cloud-based version?
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