The 7 Undeniable Benefits of Using Office 365 for Business

Efficiency is important for business. Being able to create, collaborate and communicate seamlessly makes any organisation more effective at being able to complete their work. This is why Microsoft’s Office 365 is a must-have for any business. We have listed its most important benefits below.

Access Files Anywhere – Office 365 allows your organisation to store all the files in the cloud for easy access anywhere.

Secure Cloud Storage – All your files and data is stored in a secure cloud allowing your business to operate without any concerns for security.

Improved Communication – Office 365 gives users tools to keep communication centralised and straightforward across Skype and Outlook.

Mobile Support – Give your employees the ability to work remotely and be able to get a complete Office 365 experience across all devices and from anywhere.

Business Continuity – Your organisation can continue to operate as usual in case of disaster striking your company.

Office Apps – All the essential apps such as Word, Excel and Outlook are included and work online without the need to install any software.

Centralised Collaboration – Share mailboxes, calendars, contacts and edit document in real time through the collaborative tools provided by Office 365.

Office 365 offers online versions of the most popular tools such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. For any business, the range of features provided by Office 365 are unmatched. The monthly subscription model offered for Office 365 makes it easier for companies to buy a plan that is suitable and continue to operate as usual.

Talha Fazlani
Talha Fazlani

Talha is the Digital Marketing Manager for Core, overseeing design and digital assets of the company. Before joining Core in 2018, Talha worked in various industries from the legal sector to online health and wellbeing.

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