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Microsoft launches Office 365 in India

Wednesday June 29, 2011 08:51:53 PM, IANS

New Delhi: Microsoft Wednesday launched Microsoft Office 365 in India to enable easy access to cost effective business productivity solutions.

According to the company, the launch is a part of Microsoft's comprehensive cloud services strategy. It said its low price offering starting $2 per user per month will allow small and medium businesses and enterprise customers to access Microsoft's popular e-mail, collaboration, conferencing and productivity capabilities online.

"Microsoft Office 365 provides all of the familiar enterprise class productivity solutions on a flexible usage and payment model, delivering streamlined communication with high availability, comprehensive security and simplified IT management," said Sanket Akerkar, managing director, Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.

"Customers who have already started using the services are realizing savings from reduced hardware, software and operational costs," he added.

The company said that over the last 45 days, more than 12,000 organisations have signed up for Office 365 trials.

Office 365 is built with an updated platform and new infrastructure investments and is backed by the industry's most rigorous financially-backed SLA. It will be available in different 'packages' depending on the size and need of the customer organisation.
 


 

 

 




 

 


 

 

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