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A List of Technical Points You should Know about before Using Microsoft Office 365

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If you’re wondering what’s new about the new version of Microsoft Office, then you’ll be glad to hear: a lot. Not only does it have new features and remains very user-friendly (especially for the administrator), Office 365 allows you to work anytime, anywhere, because it’s all in the cloud. All you need is an Internet connection, and you can access your favourite applications and files wherever you happen to be – it’s great for getting work done outside of the office. However, without going into much detail, there are some factors you need to be aware of. Here is a list of technical points you should know about before using Microsoft Office 365.

The cloud

It’s a term – the industry uses it all the time. Basically, it means you are able to access programmes and files which are hosted and stored off-site; you access the Internet to get to it. Microsoft’s cloud is called SkyDrive, and all your applications and files when using Office 365 are stored on hardware that Microsoft provides. It means you can access your own personal applications and files regardless of where you are,or when you want to see them – as long as you have an Internet connection. The cloud is great because people are no longer limited by physical location.

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It’s got it all

If you’ve been using the products that Microsoft has come out with before – most notably its Office applications – then you know exactly what to expect with Microsoft Office 365. Only you can expect more. A lot more. It’s desktop efficiency combined with Internet convenience. You work where and where you want.

Requirements

There are a few requirements you need to adhere to before you can use Office 365. They’re quite simple, but they are necessary. Check for the following:

● 1 GHz processor or Intel processor (for Mac)

● 1 GB or RAM (32-bit); 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

● 3 GB of hard disk available; 2.5 GB for Mac

Compatibility

You’re good to go as long as your files are Office 2007 or higher, as a Microsoft Office Consultant / SharePoint Consultant from specialists such as Appellaconsultancy.co.uk will attest.

Security

You’re sure it upholds the highest of standards (ISO, HERPA, FERPA, and many more).

Just because Office 365 runs on the cloud doesn’t mean you need to be constantly online in order to use it – it works just as well when you’re offline. You do, however, need to connect to the Internet every thirty days in order to maintain your subscription. Office 365 is, however, designed for those on the go, and people who wish to work outside of the office, want to access Office files using multiple devices, or groups in which many people work on a project at once will find that Office 365 has a lot of convenience and efficiency to offer.

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