Office is now optimized to use across your devices - PC, Mac, tablet, and smartphone – with touch-friendly features and still great with traditional keyboard and mouse. Sign in to Office to access the latest version of your documents and personal settings as they follow you across devices. Sync files to your devices using SkyDrive Pro for offline access and automatic re-syncing and backup. When away from your devices, sign in to Office using a browser and quickly stream an Office application to a PC for a full-experience viewing and editing.
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Enjoy business continuity while keeping in control. With Office 365, Microsoft manages the servers for you with up-to-date spam and malware protection, geo-redundant data centers, and a 99.9% financially backed service level agreement. You can still manage all the services through a single admin center to add/delete users and add security for mobile devices. Users can now install Office on their desktops quickly by streaming directly from Office 365. Office is ready to use within moments of clicking “install” and it runs side-by-side with older versions of Office.
Office 365 is a cloud subscription service so you will always have the latest technology without the need to upgrade servers. With an affordable monthly fee, you have the latest version of the familiar Office desktop applications that connect seamlessly with enterprise-grade communication and collaboration services. With per user licensing, each user can use Office on up to 5 PCs or Macs plus mobile devices. If you have seasonal workers, you can easily add and delete users as you need them.
Well its been just over a year since Nokia got into bed with Microsoft and produced the first Nokia/Windows phones. 12 months later, and lessons learned, Nokia have released 2 new Lumia’s based in Windows 8, the Lumia 820 and 920.
Based on the same Windows 8 operating system that runs on your desktop, the Nokia Lumia 820 is the second of Nokia’s two new Windows phones. It’s the neglected sibling of the flagship Lumia 920, and is barely mentioned in Nokia’s presentations. But why?