Office 365 is Officially Released

Written by Alan Tuesday, 28 June 2011 04:54

microsoft office 365 logo1 Office 365 is Officially Released

Today Microsoft released the finished version of their online Office suite – Office 365.  It was only recently that it left private beta and entered public beta.  Nothing has really changed with the release.  Essentially the public beta worked as it should so Microsoft has finalized it.  They made the official announcement this morning and sent an email to all testers.  You can get a preview of what to expect from this Office 365 beta review.

Thank you for participating in the Microsoft® Office 365 for professionals and small businesses beta program.

We hope you have had the opportunity to try out this easy-to-use set of web-enabled tools that let you access your email, important documents, contacts and calendars from virtually anywhere and on almost any device. The service works seamlessly with the programs you know and use most—Microsoft Outlook®, Word, Excel®, and PowerPoint®, It also includes Microsoft’s powerful security features that help protect your data.

Thanks to your help, we are now ready to officially launch Office 365 for professionals and small businesses.

At this point you will have 30 days to make a decision to buy. We hope that you were able to experience all the features and capabilities the service offers and hope you consider purchasing Office 365 for professionals and small business.

Sincerely,
The Office 365 Team

Pricing for businesses of 25 users or less is $6 per user and includes Office Web Apps, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Lync Online.  There are also more complicated plans for midsize businesses and enterprises, as well as non-profit and educational institutions.  You can check it out over at Office 365.

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 Office 365 is Officially Released

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