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Microsoft 365 Business

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Microsoft 365 Business

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Microsoft 365 Business

Would work well in a managed environment with users on the same software and operating platforms.
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Pros

  • You can collaborate with other people at the same time in one document via the cloud.
  • Video calling with Teams is great for impromptu meetings with your coworkers.
  • I love that you can sync the documents from the cloud with multiple devices. The files on my home PC match the files on my work PC and my tablet.
  • I can't forget about Microsoft Exchange for email. Having all your contacts, calendar appointments, and email activity sync in real time with all your devices is amazing.
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Cons

  • If you buy the Premium version, you will get access to the web version of Outlook. While this is useful for basic checking of emails, it is fairly limited in some respects:
  • - It's hard to see any folders you use in the desktop version of Outlook. So if you've put an email in a folder, it is difficult to search for it.
  • - If you open an email thread in the web version of Outlook, it will mark all emails in that thread as unread in the desktop version of Outlook. Not very useful.
  • There's almost too much choice! If you buy the premium versions, you get access to a tonne of software, such as Delve, Sway and Teams. I know some of these are good, but I'm not too familiar with most of them.
  • It would be handy if each product had a little 30 second introduction, plus a quick tutorial on how to set it up. There's a lot to learn!
  • This is a very minor one, but you can't create a circle shape in PowerPoint! You can create an oval shape, and turn it into a circle. Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems a bit odd.
  • I'd like Microsoft to modernise the desktop version of Outlook. The other day, I tried to set up an automatic add of a BCC to every email created (so it would be copied to our CRM). There is seemingly no way to do this, even with VBScript.
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Usability

Microsoft 365 Business8.0
Based on 5 answers
Microsoft 365 Business can transform a business with everything they offer. However, it may be overkill for some and can come with a learning curve.
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Performance

Microsoft 365 Business8.2
Based on 5 answers
It's complicated and therefore slow for me/us.
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Alternatives Considered

Better understanding/tracking of use /accessibility for data privacy/protection regulation requirements.
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Return on Investment

  • Increases efficiency in business operations
  • Security of data is always assured
  • Always sends emails on time
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Pricing Details

Microsoft 365 Business

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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