Microsoft Asia Pacific is hosting a virtual event on March 19, 2013 to offer you a unique opportunity to learn more about Microsoft’s Office 365, and to discuss the strategic opportunity for your organisation.
With Office 365, employees can get their work done securely and communicate real-time from almost anywhere. Office 365 is one comprehensive, integrated cloud-based productivity, collaboration and communication solution for any size business.
for a preview of the webinar!
We’re making it even easier for businesses of all sizes to get enterprise-grade productivity with Office 365. In fact, one in five of our enterprise customers around the world are already using the Office 365 service today.
This webinar will explore the reasons we’re seeing such strong momentum with our business customers including:
- HD video conferencing
- Business class email
- Simplified IT management
- Enterprise social
- Anywhere access to documents
For more information on the New Office, please click here.
Join Productivity experts and Microsoft’s senior executives to learn how you can leverage Office 365:
- Microsoft Vision – Microsoft’s vision for the New Office
- Productivity Demo – See how the great new features of Office 365 helps you collaborate across devices and across platforms
- Customer Stories – Hear how customers are leveraging Office 365 as a business solution
You will also be able to ask questions directly to Microsoft executives. This webcast is not to be missed by IT and business executives looking to increasing efficiency and cutting costs, by leveraging the power of the cloud.
We look forward to welcoming you to this online event.
Chief Marketing & Operations Officer
Asia Pacific, Microsoft
Dr. Nitin Paranjape
Business Efficiency Guru
"A new on-demand version of Office 2013 is available in Office 365 and it's nothing short of stunning" - The Verge
"Office 365 feels grown up and ready for the fast pace of the Web. It's custom made for people who use many devices, including desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones" - The Wall Street Journal