Office 365 in Business

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 24, 2011 - Computers - 312 pages
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Discover the Office option every business can afford

Now your business can benefit from sophisticated communication and collaboration services fully integrated with Microsoft Office products. Once limited to companies large enough to afford data centers and the expensive IT staff to support them, these services can now be yours, and this book shows you how. Each chapter begins with a common business problem you've most likely faced, followed by the Office 365 solution. You'll learn to share documents, secure your communications, manage and share calendars and tasks, conduct video meetings, and give your business the edge it deserves.

  • Teaches you how your business, large or small, can benefit from Office 365
  • Explains how to take advantage of Exchange Online, Lync Online, and SharePoint Online
  • Shows you what makes Office 365 so affordable and why it doesn't require an IT staff
  • Highlights what constitutes successful collaboration and how to facilitate it
  • Explores specific Office 365 solutions for familiar business issues
  • Addresses how to conduct video conferences, schedule meetings, set up discussions, and make remote PowerPoint presentations with Office 365

With this book, you'll discover how Office 365 can benefit your business every day of the year!

 

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Contents

Cover
What is Office 365?
Sharing Documents
Whats Next?
Whats Next?
Coordinating Work
Managing Calendars and Tasks in Outlook
Whats Next?
Sharing Knowledge
Sharing Team Knowledge
Whats Next?
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David Kroenke is the author of many books on the use of information technology in business. Known for his easy-to-read, understandable, and humorous text, he's worked in the industry and academics and has twice been selected as Educator of the Year in the United States.

Donald Nilson is a Certified Public Accountant and worked as a program manager for Microsoft for 10 years. Don currently works for a small company where he is planning the implementation of Office 365 to address the need for online collaboration among employees. He has been a pioneer in the accounting profession and in computer information systems for 40 years.

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