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Office 365 – Was hat sich geändert seit BPOS? – Videocast

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Wir haben uns Gedanken gemacht, was Office 365 ist und ein kurzes Video zu dem Thema gedreht. Ist es uns gelungen, aufzuzeigen was Ihnen Office 365 bringt und wo die Unterschieden zu den bisherigen Versionen von Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Communicator Online und Live Meeting liegen? Schauen Sie doch einfach mal rein und sagen Sie uns Ihre Meinung.

Viel Spaß beim Schauen.

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Office 365 – Erster Blick auf das Portal – Videocast

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Der erste Blick auf das neue Office 365 Portal, zeigt dass sich hier einiges getan hat. Derzeit können wir Ihnen nur einen Blick auf das Office 365 Beta Portal bieten und das für den Enterprise E3 Plan. Je nachdem ob Sie Administrator des Portals sind oder nicht, erscheint der Menüpunkt “Administration” auf ihrem Portal. Genauso finden Sie neben den Produkten auch gleich den Einstieg zu wichtigen Ressourcen und Hilfestellungen.

Aber werfen Sie doch selbst einen Blick auf das Portal mit unserem Video. Oder Sie beantragen gleich einen Office 365 Beta Test Account und legen selber los: Office 365 und vergessen Sie nicht uns als ihren Partner of Record einzutragen. Unsere Partner ID lautet: 935287

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Microsoft Office 365 is a set of web-enabled tools that combine Microsoft Office productivity with the latest Microsoft communication and collaboration technology.
A month-to-month subscription of Office 365 can help you get where you want to
go with your business, while keeping the rest of your life in balance.

Access professional, domain-based email.

Share calendars and contacts.

Chat via video, instant messaging, or audio calls.

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Office 365 Public Beta (Enterprise version) | SaaS | ZDNet UK

Office 365 Public Beta (Enterprise version)



It’s been a few months since Microsoft allowed a limited number of people onto the first beta of its next-generation online business productivity platform. An extension of (as well as an update to) Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS), Office 365 is best thought of a cloud-hosted set of Office servers, providing the full, end-to-end, set of Office tools without burdening the IT department with in-house implementations of Exchange, SharePoint or Lync.

Our initial Office 365 preview looked at the small business version of the service. With the public beta we’re now using the Enterprise version, on plan E3 (£15.75 per user per month). Like the small business version, the enterprise Office 365 offers multi-tenanted versions of the Office family servers — Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010 and Lync 2010. There’s no need to install software or configure server hardware: everything is ready for you to use, with a relatively simple control panel to handle configuration and customisation. Microsoft is promising reliability too, with a 99.9 percent uptime service level agreement, backed up with financial guarantees.

Logging on
Both enterprise and small-business users get similar views of the service when they log in for the first time. There are shortcuts to key services, like Outlook Web Access for email and calendar, as well as links to the main SharePoint site and to download the Lync client. There’s one difference: Enterprise users don’t get the shortcuts to the Office Web Apps that small-business and kiosk users see.

Log on as a user, and you’ll see a basic start page that gives quick access to web mail and SharePoint team sites, as well as download links for applications. You’ll also find help in setting up a desktop PC to work with the Office 365 service

Microsoft doesn’t expect users to use this page all the time: instead, it’s suggesting they’ll be more likely to work with Office 365 from their familiar desktop tools, including Outlook. If you’re using a subscription with access to Office 2010, you’ll find that Office 365 services integrate well with the desktop tools, giving you access to collaboration features and, in the case of Outlook 2010, Lync-based tools that let you create and manage online meetings without leaving your calendar.

If you’re using Lync, at this point it’s perhaps best restricted to internal communi

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