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Join the Office 365 support webcast April 22: Getting started with Project Online

Join us Tuesday, April 22 at 9am PT/12pm ET to learn how to get started with Project Online. We’ll take you step by step, from signing up for a new subscription or adding a subscription to your existing applicable SharePoint Online subscription, right through to your first steps working in Project Online with resources and projects.  There will also be a quick overview of features you can expect to find with Project Online and the different subscription offerings available. Add this meeting to your calendar now, then at the scheduled time, click the Lync meeting in your calendar join the call. Presenters: Aik Chen and Brian Smith are both Escalation Engineers on the Project support team. They have supported Project Server for as long as it has existed and now also support Project Online. Aik and Brian will address some of the most frequent issues they’ve seen in the early stages of adopting Project Online. Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered. If you have questions regarding this webcast, please contact the Ignite team . For more information on future Office 365 support webcasts, visit the Ignite website .          

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Champion Solutions Group customers find Office 365 more productive, robust and cost-effective than Google Apps

Today’s guest blogger is Chris Pyle, president and CEO of Champion Solutions Group, an award-winning Microsoft Gold partner that helps small and medium enterprises develop cloud strategies and deploy cloud solutions. Founded in 1979, Champion has 22 offices in 11 states and is the parent company for MessageOps, which focuses exclusively on helping customers move seamlessly to the Microsoft Cloud. The two companies have helped hundreds of customers migrate to Office 3 65. At Champion Solutions Group, we focus on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that range from about 250 to 2500 seats. We have helped hundreds of business, education and government customers migrate a total of about 700,000 seats to Office 365. As part of our work, we have helped many customers migrate to Office 365 from Google Apps, including several who previously had left Microsoft for Google. In working with our customers, we focus on operational efficiencies, making sure the organizations that adopt the Office 365 platform really make the most of it. Just because you migrate to Office 365 doesn’t mean you’re done. That’s Day One. There’s still Day Two (how you set everything up) and Day Three (how you collaborate and leverage the power of Office 365). We help our customers with all three stages. Why customers choose Office 365 over Google Apps For organizations that switch from Google Apps to Office 365, the number one reason is that they find Office 365 is easier to use and offers greater productivity than Google Apps. Because it is enterprise-grade and much more business-focused than anything Google can offer, customers also say that Office 365 is more robust than Google Apps. As an example, one of our customers is a large grocery chain on the East Coast, with more than 10,000 users in many different locations. When the company decided to abandon Google Apps and adopt Office 365, the top two reasons were the usability and robustness of Office 365. In fact, one of the main reasons the company finally decided to switch to Office 365 was that employees complained so much about Google Apps. They said it was very cumbersome and didn’t work for them. They just didn’t find Google Apps as productive as Office 365. Choice is another important factor for many organizations when they are considering different cloud solutions. When we ask our customers why they choose Microsoft over Google Apps, many say that having a choice of cloud, on-premise or hybrid solutions gives them the flexibility to meet their business needs. With Google, the cloud is the only option. Customers like having a productivity solution they can tailor to their business. Office 365 is more cost-effective than Google Apps There’s an immediate cost benefit to customers who choose a cloud solution. They save money on the initial capital outlay, and they can convert those savings to operational investments, but the cost-effectiveness of any solution is about more than the initial price tag. When customers are choosing a cloud solution, they ask questions about productivity, security, and how well it works. Microsoft provides positive answers to all of those questions. In our experience, the productivity suite that Microsoft delivers with Office 365, compared to Google Apps, makes it the “right way” for most organizations.  Over the long term, Office 365 is often the most cost-effective choice. The bottom line What we offer our customers when we help them migrate to Office 365 is a way to transform how they work, to innovate, and to come up with better ways to make a difference to their customers. Once our customers begin to understand and use the full capabilities of Office 365, they report a significant increase in productivity, with their employees doing a tremendous amount of work from almost any location, on any of their devices, and being much more collaborative.

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OneNote Online: Print and navigation update

This week, we introduced the web-based Print feature to OneNote Online. About 10% of all feature requests are for printing from OneNote, so we understand it’s important for customers to access content online and on paper. Now you can do it using the PRINT tab on the Ribbon. We also improved the multi-column section/page navigation interface—it’s collapsible in middle/low resolution small-screen devices or on a small browser window. Now you can always get enough reading and editing space, regardless of what devices or browser mode you’re using. Want more? We’re continually adding new features to OneNote Online, and we’ve fixed some other issues to further improve your OneNote experience. Please continue to share your thoughts and ideas through the Give Feedback to Microsoft button at the top right of the application. We’re listening! Get OneNote         |      F ollow OneNote      

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averda cleans up and moves to Office 365 and Yammer

Anthony Kurban, CIO, averda Today’s post was written by Anthony Kurban, Chief Information Officer of averda . As the largest environmental solutions provider in the Middle East and North Africa, averda works with businesses and governments of all sizes to collect, recycle, compost, and dispose of waste. Before moving to the cloud, all of our servers were stored on-premises in one country, and as a constantly growing organization with ambitious plans to be present in 50 cities within 10 years, we needed a more flexible approach. What’s more, our employees are currently spread across Africa, Europe and the Middle East, and a cloud solution simply made it easier for them to connect seamlessly. averda has always prided itself on being a pioneer of innovative new technologies, and as the company grew, we began to evaluate cloud-based solutions and eventually chose Microsoft Office 365, becoming among the first companies in our region to migrate to the cloud. As we were already operating in a Microsoft environment, Office 365 provided us with the advantage of familiarity paired with the flexibility of the cloud, eliminating the time and money we would have spent on training and IT maintenance. It has given us more security, availability and scalability than we could provide on-premises. In addition to this, with Yammer as our social enterprise network, we are increasing communication and knowledge-sharing across the entire company, which is essential as we continue to grow globally. While we assessed a number of cloud-based solutions throughout the evaluation process, we came to the conclusion that competing solutions did not offer the same level of administrative control that Microsoft offered. Microsoft’s technical experts clearly demonstrated that they were experienced professionals who could migrate our productivity software to the cloud without any disruption or loss of data. At the end of the day, our expertise lies in environmental solutions and waste management, and we were happy to outsource the IT side of things to the experts. averda waste collection workers and truck We began implementing Office 365 in August 2012 and moved all our employees within two months. We were already using Outlook, Lync, and SharePoint on-premises, so Office 365 offered a user interface that our employees were comfortable with. With our email stored within Microsoft servers in the cloud, we no longer need to worry about disaster recovery. In addition, Microsoft guarantees 99.9 percent uptime, which exceeds the level of availability we could provide on our own. It’s also easy to scale up our software as averda grows and adds new employees to its network. If we start a project in a new country, for instance, additional employees can be remotely subscribed in minutes. Office 365 has also made it possible for our employees to be more productive no matter where they are working; with anytime access from nearly any device, our sales and operational staff can now access information when they are in the office, with clients or traveling on the road. As part of the Office 365 package, we are given the ability to use Yammer, which has helped to break down the barriers among employees working  in different countries, departments and teams. If employees have a question, they have potentially the whole organization to answer. If they did something well, they can proudly share it so that others can benefit from the experience. If they encounter a problem, they can share that too, so that others can learn from it. Yammer is a fantastic knowledge-sharing tool. Employees are talking, collaborating, commenting, liking, and praising each other like we have never seen before. With Office 365 and Yammer, we now have safe and reliable access to our emails, group sites, documents, files, etc. and our employees are constantly connected and sharing knowledge throughout the company. The combination has been a win-win for our organization and will continue to keep us focused on delivering superior value to our customers.

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Join the Office 365 webcast April 17: Office 365 sign-in with Multi-Factor Authentication

Join us Thursday, April 17 at 9am PT/12pm ET to learn about how Office 365 now includes support for Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, where the second authentication factor is a cell phone. This webcast will show how Office 365 customers can take advantage of Multi-Factor Authentication and covers configuration, enrollment and usage by those with devices enabled for Multi-Factor Authentication. Add this meeting to your calendar now, then at the scheduled time, click the Lync meeting in your calendar join the call. Presenter: Paul Andrew has a background in software development and technical integration consulting, and has worked on SharePoint and Office 365 since 2007. He is the product manager for Identity Management on Office 365, which includes product planning, liaising between development teams, partner programs and feature launches. Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered. If you have questions regarding this webcast, please contact the Ignite team . For more information on future Office 365 webcasts, visit the Ignite website .  

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The Garage Series for Office 365: Work like a network. A first look at enterprise social updates with Yammer

This week Jeremy Chapman is joined by Yammer and enterprise social expert, Christophe Fiessinger, to give a preview of what’s coming with Yammer and Groups spanning Office 365 services for mail, collaboration and social. Christophe demonstrates upcoming changes within inline commenting and integrated collaboration experiences – proving that social is not just a single browser-based destination, but woven throughout Office 365. Today we have a special 10 minute show, covering the latest on enterprise social with Yammer and beyond – where we demonstrate the latest work to weave social into the fabric of how we work and communicate in Office 365. I’m joined by the enterprise social lead Christophe Fiessinger for Office 365, who offers a sneak peak on upcoming functionality. The show was filmed live at the SPC conference just after we previewed upcoming advancements in the keynote. The main premise is that social is not a single destination or Website, we’ve done a lot of work to integrate social across Office 365 application experiences to realize how you can work with more agility and like a network. Office Graph, Inline Social and Groups The exciting thing about the direction that we are taking with enterprise social is that the underpinning technology Office Graph which we previewed early March during our Garage show on Code Named Oslo and Office Graph , means that conversations relevant to what you are working on, just find you. Also with Inline social, you can have conversations within specific content that you may be working on which Christophe demonstrates with PowerPoint and video. You can find more in Jared Spataro’s blog Work like a network!  Enterprise social and the future of work . We also demonstrate how you can scope your work network through Groups that you can set up. The advantage of setting up groups to network around specific projects that you may be working on is that in turn you can fluidly communicate inline across applications such as email, calendars and files and unify related conversations, with the people identified within your group. On March 31, Steve Chew described in detail the concept of groups in his post about the evolution of email , so you’ll want to check that our for more information. If you can’t wait to get your hands on this stuff, we’ll be rolling out this functionality incrementally throughout the year, starting this Spring. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you soon, –Jeremy Chapman More resources Work like a network!  Enterprise social and the future of work The evolution of email blog (includes more details about groups) Garage Series Video Channel Garage Series Season 1 Blog Archive Follow @OfficeGarage on Twitter Office 365 Garage Series App for Windows Phone About the Garage Series hosts By day, Jeremy Chapman works at Microsoft, responsible for optimizing the future of Office client and service delivery as the senior deployment lead. Jeremy’s background in application compatibility, building deployment automation tools and infrastructure reference architectures has been fundamental to the prioritization of new Office enterprise features such as the latest Click-to-Run install. By night, he is a car modding fanatic and serial linguist. Christophe Fiessinger (@cfiessinger) is an expert moustache groomer and product manager in the Microsoft Office Division, focused on enterprise social across Yammer, Office 365, and SharePoint.

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Outlook.com customers can now import their email from Yahoo Mail

After receiving a great response from the customers who imported their email from Gmail to Outlook.com , we’re excited to announce that, as of today, you can use Outlook.com to import and manage your email from Yahoo Mail and many other IMAP-enabled email providers. A recent study* by Radius Global revealed that 81% of all email users are using multiple email services. Keeping up with numerous accounts can be time-consuming, but moving to a single email service is not as easy as it sounds. It’s often hard to give up your older email account, because that’s the one your friends and family know, and it’s the one you use to sign in to so many different services. To help you, the import wizard in Outlook.com allows you to import and manage your mail from Yahoo Mail or many other IMAP-enabled email providers, or from Gmail. You can keep your old email addresses, but manage them all from one place: Outlook.com. Importing your email from Yahoo Mail Importing your Yahoo Mail into Outlook.com is simple. To get started, navigate to Options and then click Import email accounts . Select Yahoo , enter your Yahoo email address and password, and then click Import. This will also set up your Yahoo email address as a “send from” account, meaning you can continue to send emails from your Yahoo address, right from Outlook.com. It’s also possible to connect your Yahoo account to your Microsoft account , so your Yahoo contacts appear in Outlook.com. Importing your email from other email providers We’ve also added the ability to import from many other popular IMAP-enabled email providers. To get started, navigate to Options , click Import email accounts , then select Other email provider . Most popular IMAP-enabled email providers are supported. In both cases, the import happens in the background, so you can continue using Outlook.com or even sign out while it’s happening. Once the import is complete, we’ll send you an email to let you know. Import time will vary depending on how many emails there are to import. Importing your mail will not affect your old account–you can keep using it as you always have. However, we’re confident that once you try Outlook.com, you’ll love it. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to try the tool and let us know what you think. –Mike Schackwitz,  Principal Director of Program Management, Outlook.com *The online quantitative survey and analysis of 3,002 email users in the US, France, and Brazil was conducted by Radius Global Market Research ( www.radius-global.com ) from Dec 2013 to January 2014.

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Register now for April 22 webcast: Fast Track project management success with Project Online

In today’s project-centric work environment, it’s critical to be able to coordinate multiple projects with distributed teams and make high-level, strategic decisions based on consolidated project progress, risk and resource usage information. Project Online is a cloud-based, enterprise-wide project management platform designed to meet these challenges. Join Dux Raymond Sy as he shares how you can best use Project Online to manage enterprise projects. In this 90-minute session, you’ll learn how to: • Build a Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) solution based on Project Online • Create a portfolio of projects using new and existing project plans • Manage and optimize project resources across the enterprise • Collaborate with geographically distributed project team members • Integrate existing tools like Microsoft Office, Windows, and mobile devices to Project Online • Develop relevant reports and dashboard to visualize key performance indicators Register now  , attend, and fill out the evaluation for a chance to receive a fully functioning, perpetual copy of Project Professional 2013! Presenter: Dux Raymond Sy, PMP, MVP, Managing Partner To see the complete Project webcast series agenda, go to aka.ms/Proje ctWebcastSeries  

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Synchronizing your directory with Office 365 is easy

Paul Andrew is technical product manager for Identity Management on the Office 365 team. If you’re just getting started with Office 365, you’re probably considering how to extend the user directory that you use for accessing internal resources for connecting to cloud resources. The simplest way to achieve this is with the Windows Azure Active Directory Sync Tool (DirSync). This tool runs on a Windows Server machine on your network and synchronizes users to the cloud. DirSync has a wizard-driven install and can be set up in just a few minutes. You should be able to synchronize your directory to Office 365 in under a day. This blog post provides the basic information you need to successfully implement DirSync. It also points you to more detailed information, for cases not addressed here. Specifically, it covers what you should review before you synchronize your directory with Azure Active Directory. Office 365 uses Azure Active Directory for storing all user accounts, for all directory lookup, and for doing user sign-in authentication. If you already understand how identity integration works with Office 365 and just want steps to follow to onboard to the service, you can find these in our FastTrack deployment resources . DirSync sends user accounts to Office 365 as a starting point for federated single sign-in, or both user accounts and password hashes for same sign-in.   Single sign-on and same sign-on If you have an on-premises directory then you are going to be choosing between DirSync with password sync and DirSync with Active Directory Federation Services. The DirSync tool is common to both of these scenarios. Single sign-on is where users are signed in to Office 365 automatically and with no password required when they are already signed in to their domain-joined PC. Single sign-on requires both DirSync and Active Directory Federation Services to be configured. DirSync with password sync can provide what we call “same sign-on,” where the sign-in to Office 365 is always the same password that is used on the PC, but the password must be either retyped or saved on the client. By going with same sign-on and requiring that extra password entry, you avoid the additional server configuration, hardware cost, and network complexity that is required for single sign-on. Also, the Microsoft Outlook rich client requires username and password to be entered even when single sign-on is enabled. There will be two more posts following up this one. A second post that gives detailed advice about choosing between the three identity models for Office 365 including cloud managed identities, DirSync with password sync, and DirSync with Active Directory Federation Services. And a third post where I’ll describe the steps required for single sign-on and other features that come with Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS). If you choose AD FS then DirSync is still required to synchronize the user accounts to Office 365, so it is generally recommended that you set up DirSync and password hash synchronization first, then add AD FS later.   Setting up DirSync and password hash synchronization By taking certain easy steps before you install DirSync you can help ensure a smooth and successful implementation. Here are the steps: Four things to review your on-premises directory for.   1.    Before you install, review your on-premises directory structure One of the first steps you should take before installing DirSync is to look at the directory that you have on-premises and make sure it’s healthy and ready to synchronize to Azure Active Directory. Here are a few things you need to look at: Active Directory remediation. DirSync has certain requirements on attributes in the directory, and aligning the attribute values with the DirSync requirements is commonly known as Active Directory remediation. To help with Active Directory remediation, you should use the IdFix tool , which reviews the directory and performs interactive Active Directory remediation. This tool checks for and helps you correct any invalid data and duplicate data in directory attributes, including userPrincipalName (UPN), mailNickName, proxyAddress, sAMAccountName, targetAddress, and others.  The IDFix tool also provides assistance for migrating from a non-routable UPN (such as “domain.local,” for example) to an Internet routable domain name, because using an Internet-routable domain is one of the requirements for Azure Active Directory. Be sure to run the IdFix tool from within your network, so that it has access to the domain controllers. Forest functional level. You need to check the forest functional level of your directory, which must be set at Windows Server 2003 forest functional level or higher. If it is not, then you need to upgrade that before installing DirSync, as described in this Microsoft KB article . Multiple forests. Multiple forests are not handled by the standard DirSync tool. A deployment of Forefront Identity Manager 2010 with configured adapters can synchronize multiple forests to Azure Active Directory; however, it does not support password hash synchronization. A new tool called Azure Active Directory Sync Services has just been announced that can also sync from a multi-forest on-premises directory. Using Azure Active Directory Sync Services will simplify this scenario, but currently (at the time this post was published), it has been released only in preview.   Directories other than Active Directory. If you do not use Active Directory and have some other directory on-premises directory, then you can still use Office 365, but you will need to seek other guidance. Azure Active Directory Sync Services can synchronize non-Active Directory directory sources, including LDAP v3, SQL database tables, and CSV files. In addition, PowerShell cmdlets can be used to manually update user provisioning with Azure Active Directory Between one and four servers may be required for DirSync.   2.    Before you install, decide if you need additional servers The next thing to do before installing DirSync is to take a look at what new on-premises directory servers you will need. Here are the things to review: A domain controller collocated install isn’t recommended. DirSync can be installed on an existing domain controller, but this isn’t recommended for other than very small directories or test/pilot topologies. If you install DirSync on an existing domain controller, then no new on-premises servers are required. One server is most common. A single-server deployment of DirSync is the norm. If you have more than 50,000 directory objects, you will also need a separate SQL Server installation. You will have more directory objects than actual users, because there are user objects for contacts and groups as well as users. Specifics of the server requirements are listed on TechNet . DirSync requires connectivity to a domain controller for each domain being synchronized and in rare circumstances where existing domain controllers are not always accessible you will need an additional domain controller server. This would be a total of four servers. Consider using Azure. If you don’t want any new on-premises servers, you can deploy DirSync and any SQL Server databases required on an Azure IaaS environment, as described in Deploy DirSync on Azure . Use the DirSync road map. When you read the DirSync road map , you can skip the details about the Microsoft Deployment Readiness Toolkit and on updating your UPNs, because you already took care of those automatically with the IdFix tool (in Step 1 above). Here are a few key things you do want to note in the DirSync road map: having accurate time on your DirSync server, having the administrator account available for your Office 365 tenant, and making sure you have network connectivity to domain controllers for all domains. Screen shot from the DirSync install wizard.   3.    Install and check your DirSync progress Installing DirSync is the easiest part, because you just download it and run the wizard on a domain-joined machine. Once the install has completed, you need to review for any errors during synchronization. Here are the areas to review: Be aware of directory object limits. A new Office 365 tenant can sync up to 50,000 directory objects by default. If you register a vanity domain within your tenant, this limit will be increased to 300,000. The limit can also be increased as needed by contacting support. Add domains to Office 365. If you add your public domain names to Office 365 prior to using DirSync, then your sign-in UPNs will be synchronized with those. You can skip adding your public domain names to Office 365 initially, but this will result in all your users showing up in Office 365 as onmicrosoft.com in their UPN instead of your custom domain name. To get the correct UPNs back with your public domains, you will need to force a synchronization update from on-premises after you have added the domains later to correct this. Sync now. DirSync will synchronize the directory every three hours and the initial synchronization will take about one hour per 5,000 user objects. You can tell it to initiate a synchronization by running a PowerShell command on the server. This is described in the TechNet install guide for DirSync . If you enabled password hash synchronization, then password changes are synced every two minutes. Check event logs. After you install, look in the event log on the machine running DirSync. If you’re not familiar with this, run EVENTVWR.EXE from the command line. Open the Windows Logs folder and view the Application log. The admin for the tenant will also receive emails showing any errors that need to be resolved, but the event log is the quickest place to get to these errors. Any errors from DirSync will have the event source listed as Directory Synchronization. You can troubleshoot the error codes with this KB article . Check the password expiry date for the Office 365 administrator account. Watch the password expiry date on the Office 365 administrator account that you use for DirSync. If it expires, then DirSync will fail. Assign licenses. After users are synchronized, you will need to assign them Office 365 usage licenses. This can be done in the Office 365 admin center, or you can use PowerShell as shown in this article on Technet . Passwords synchronized to Azure AD have security processing so that the original password cannot be obtained.   Other Considerations for DirSync Here are a few additional topics you should review as you will find that people commonly have questions about them: High availability. Your organization may have high availability requirements. DirSync can run on only one server, but this doesn’t mean you cannot get high availability. If the DirSync server is offline, then users will still be able to sign in, because Azure Active Directory does not require a connection to the DirSync server for authentication. If you are concerned about availability for user and password hash synchronization, you can implement SQL Server in a high availability scenario. You can also have a cold standby server with DirSync ready to be installed. Users are synchronized only every three hours and you can install and start synchronizing again very quickly. Although a first time synchronization can take a while, the update after reinstalling DirSync will be much faster if you have the SQL Server database properly prepared for restore, as detailed in this article . Security of hashes. There may be security department concerns at your organization about having password hashes stored in Azure Active Directory. Security is a top priority for Microsoft and the Office 365 team. The on-premises Active Directory Domain Service stores passwords in the form of a hash value representation of the actual user password. The password hash cannot be used to log in to your on-premises network. It is also designed so that it cannot be reversed in order to gain access to the user’s plaintext password. To synchronize a password, the DirSync tool extracts the user password hash from the on-premises Active Directory. Additional security processing is applied to the password hash before it is synchronized to Azure Active Directory. You can read more about Office 365 security at the Office 365 Trust Center . Filtering DirSync. By default DirSync synchronizes all users to Azure Active Directory. You can configure this and limit the users who are synchronized by organizational unit, by domain, or by user attributes, as detailed on TechNet . Note that for in-scope users all attributes are synchronized and you cannot select specific attributes. After reading this you may also like to review the DirSync FAQ , information about DirSync versions , and the DirSync Community pages . There is so much more you can do with Office 365 connections to your on-premises systems. Directory synchronization is easy and should be the first part of Office 365 that you set up. —Paul Andrew, @pndrw

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Office 365 Personal now available–and unlocks editing and document creation on iPad

On March 13, we revealed that a new consumer subscription offering, Office 365 Personal, would be coming this spring. Today we’re announcing that it’s available for purchase–$69.99 USD/year or $6.99 USD/month (ERP) 1 –online at Office365.com, at Microsoft Stores and through online and retail partners. An Office 365 Personal subscription allows for one PC or Mac, and one tablet (including iPad) to be connected to the service, and is the best option for individuals interested in using Office 365. By offering Office 365 Personal, in addition to Office 365 Home, we are better positioned to deliver the right Office to a broader range of households–whether it’s an individual or a family of five. Whichever Office 365 is right for you, you’ll enjoy the freedom to get work done at home, school, or on the go–on any device. Go to Office365.com to learn more. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 Estimated Retail Price. Prices are determined by resellers.

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