Better Business Email

Continue to use the software you’ve been using for years while shifting the burden onto Microsoft. Read on to find how moving to the Office 365 cloud comes with some key features and benefits.

Posted 23 November 2017 by Adam Harris

Although the word ‘productivity’ gets thrown around a lot, in the real world it can be summed up in a simple question – Can better email make your job easier?

Microsoft have invested heavily in trying to make the user and administrator experiences as easy and simple as possible.

Here are the main benefits in switching to Office 365 for your emails:

 

1. Work Anywhere at Anytime

Office 365 provides web-enabled access to email, important documents, contacts, and calendar on almost any device—including PCs, Macintosh computers, iPhones, Android phones, and BlackBerry smartphones.

2. Stay Organised Through Syncing

When you use Office 365, email, calendar and contacts are all synchronised to work together. Update a contact on your mobile phone and it will be automatically updated across all your devices, send an email from your phone and see it sent on your desktop, no double handling.

3. Collaborate on Files Seamlessly

With Office 365, you can create a password-protected portal to share large, hard-to-email files both inside and outside of your organisation, giving you a single location to find the latest versions of files or documents, no matter how many people are working on them. You can also see if others are editing the document you’re using.

4. Control Data Securely on the Cloud

You always know where your data is and who has access to it. Storing your data online also keeps it safe in case something happens. Imagine losing your laptop or breaking it? Thanks to 1TB of OneDrive online storage, your data is safer than ever before.

Their is a range of Office 365 options to suit any business. NZ Digital has partnered with specialist 365 providers Need a Nerd to help you get better business email.

Please contact us to discuss making the switch.

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