Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based collaboration platform. It gives users online access to emails, contacts, calendars, and other office applications like Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote.
Microsoft 365 also helps your team collaborate remotely with OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams while staying in contact via messaging and video conferencing.
Many of the products covered here can be purchased individually, either as a standalone subscription or a one-off application download.
In this guide, we will explain the scope of Microsoft 365 and provide an overview of all the services within the 365 family.
Word, create impressive documents, and improve your writing with built-in intelligent features.
Excel, simplify complex data, and create easy-to-read spreadsheets.
PowerPoint, easily create polished presentations that stand out.
Microsoft Teams, bring everyone together in one place to meet, chat, call, and collaborate.
Outlook, manage your email, calendar, tasks, and contacts together in one place.
Exchange, work smarter with business-class email and calendaring.
OneDrive, save, access, edit, and share files and photos wherever you are.
SharePoint, create team sites to share information, files, and resources.
Access, create, and share business apps without being a developer.
Publisher, create polished, professional layouts without the hassle.
Intune, apply security policies to help protect business data on all of your organization’s devices.
Azure Information Protection, safeguard sensitive information, no matter where it’s stored or who it’s shared with.