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Office 365 uses the Office tools you already know and makes them accessible virtually anywhere. It is also easy to set up and administer.
Office 365 offers easy administration and flexible deployment options. You get virtually anywhere access to familiar Office tools and automatic upgrades to the latest version of Office Professional Plus 2010.
Shared calendars and contacts
Instant messaging, PC-to-PC calling, and online conferencing
Intranet site for sharing files
Easy to set up and administer
Antivirus and anti-spam filtering
Microsoft community support
Financially-backed 99.9% uptime guarantee
Office Web Apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote)
Subscription to desktop version of Office Professional Plus 2010
Live 24 x 7 customer phone support
Active Directory Synchronization
Hosted voicemail support
Unlimited email storage and archiving
Resources for IT personnel
Answers to frequently asked questions
Midsize business and enterprise
Education and Government customers: Learn more about Office 365 plans for academic institutions and government agencies.
Q: Can I switch between an Office 365 Small business (P1) plan and an Enterprise (E) plan?
You cannot migrate between an Office 365 Small business (P1) plan and an Office 365 Enterprise (E) plan. In order to change from a Small business (P1) plan to an Enterprise (E) plan or vice versa, you must first cancel your account with the plan you currently have, and then sign up for a different one.