Microsoft Office 365 Enters Public Beta

Microsoft's new version of Office, named Office 365, has finally entered the public domain after a public beta was started on Monday. The company claim that up to 100,000 potential customers will be able to test their new online services over the next few weeks as the company look to integrate their Office package into the new Cloud computing systems. The service will offer users their first experience of Exchange, SharePoint and Lync, all of which have been incorporated into the package to take advantage of the new cloud computing features. Exchange will include Microsoft's Outlook service, which provides it with an installed user base of 360 million people. The release of Office 365 will further enable to company to focus on cloud computing adoption as a result as they won't need to build a user base.
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