Are you interested in using Microsoft Teams? If so, you need the appropriate Office 365 license to unlock this service. Teams has become a highly sought-after communication tool for businesses because of its user-friendly setup and versatile services. Let’s explore which Office 365 licenses are compatible with Teams.

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Office 365 was released in 2011 as a cloud-based version of the popular Microsoft Office product line. Instead of getting new CDs every time Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other programs update, users enjoy automatic upgrades for a monthly subscription fee. Without the CDs, though, where is Office 365 installed? Are there files on the computer,…

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Office 365 is the latest edition of the popular Microsoft Office software, and it’s merged with online functionality to the point where you need an Internet connection for most tasks. But is it possible to work offline? How autosave works If you’re working on an online file in SharePoint or OneDrive, your changes will be…

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In years past, businesses purchased software, installed it on computers, and then at some point they had to upgrade it. That’s how everything worked, and Microsoft Office suite was no exception.

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If you work in an all-Mac environment, or even if you work in a Windows environment but one or two people have a Mac, you may have wondered if Office 365 can be used on a Mac. The short answer: Yes, but it depends how you’re using it. The online version of Office 365 If…

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If you’ve thought about moving to Office 365, you may have found yourself asking what exactly was included with your investment. There are different levels of Office 365, depending on which version you purchase. Let’s take a look at the different versions.

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Many of our clients have a background in a traditional corporate environment. As a result, they often have experience with a Microsoft Exchange Server for their email and calendar. But now that Office 365 is an option, it’s not always clear which of the two is the better choice. How can you decide which one is right for you and your organization?

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 In recent years, we’ve been helping more and more organizations make the switch to Office 365. However, since it comes in a few different versions, you may be worried that you’ll pick the wrong one. Let’s take a look at what is included in the two versions that people consider most often: Office 365 and…

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If you have a background in a traditional corporate environment, you may be used to having an Exchange server for your email and calendar. If you then started your own business, made the move into a smaller organization, or became a solopreneur, you lost access to some of those capabilities. Or maybe you never had…

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