Archive for July 2014

O365 Components/O365 Summary

Office 365 would provide the following features, which I think are critical: In an Office 365 account, you would use your own domain name to brand yourself within every sent email, so your clients and/or colleagues would receive an email address such as yourname@yourcompany.com We would have to find and then purchase an available domain…

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O365 Components/Cloud Computing Revisited

Office 365 is essentially defined as a cloud computing platform. The one part of Office 365 that is NOT cloud computing is the desktop or mobile versions of Office, whether full versions of Office for Macs or PC’s, mobile apps for tablets or phones, or the browser-based version, Office Online, for viewing Office documents within any of the…

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OneNote

OneNote is a virtual notebook(s) that allows you to clip webpages, make lists, and pretty much store any information you need in an easy-to-use format. You can also set up your OneNote notebooks to be stored on your OneDrive account, as well as password-protect your sections for increased security. Now available free for Mac OS,…

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