office 365 benefits

4 of the most compelling Office 365 benefits

Businesses everywhere have made the transition to Office 365 and for good reason, too. The benefits of Office 365 go above and beyond simple Word docs and spreadsheets. With this business platform, your team can do more, go further, and work together better. Here are four of the largest Office 365 benefits.

Modern Apps

If you expect to compete at all, then you’ll need a quality set of modern apps to help you do it. And with Office 365, this is all part of the package.

Transition to Office 365 and your team will always work with the latest versions of the most popular productivity suite. Benefit from the traditional Office applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote but experience the perks of automatic upgrades and updates. In other words, you’ll never again be forced to create another document in the 2007 version of Word.  


On top of modern apps, mobility is yet another staple of 21st-century competition. If you don’t have the ability to work from anywhere, with any device, at any time, then your business will struggle to get a jump on the competition. You will miss opportunities, damage your potential productivity, and fail to expand your reach.

With Office 365, however, everything you need is accessible from just about anywhere. Work with all of those modern applications from whatever device you have available (whether that’s your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop). You can even access mission-critical business data through Microsoft’s OneDrive.


All businesses want to avoid downtime. It costs money, causes stress, and damages reputations. But with Office 365, downtime is basically non-existent.

Microsoft prides itself on a guaranteed uptime of 99.9%. In other words, you have nothing to worry about. Your apps will always be accessible, and your productivity will never falter.  


At its core, Office 365 is all about that collaboration. Work with people from anywhere in real-time and expand your notion of what it is to collaborate.

Co-edit Word documents simultaneously and see changes as they occur. Leave comments, tag co-workers, and compare multiple versions of a document on one screen. Share endless notes and ideas with coworkers in OneNote and send and receive team documents with the help of OneDrive. Do any and all of this with any device you have, as long as an internet connection is present.


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