Many of our clients have Office 365 subscriptions (see our previous blog here on the differences between Office 365 and Office 2019) – but not many of them are aware that their Microsoft Account also allows them to use the web app versions of Microsoft’s Office productivity suite, Office Online.
This means if you’re working on a different desktop or laptop computer from home, while at another office, or perhaps using a netbook or Chromebook while travelling, you can use the apps you’re most familiar with, right from your browser.
There are a few advantages to this:
The most popular apps are available as web apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Skype, Forms and OneNote – you also have access to Outlook.com, People and Calendar.
If you’d like more information or advice on Office 365, Office 2019 or any of Microsoft’s other software applications for business, get in touch with the team here at Geek-Guru, we’ll be happy to assist you.