Cloud Computing

Office 365

Work online or offline, on your own or with others in real-time—whatever works for what you’re doing.

Collaborate online or in the Office apps – Collaborate easily and get more done with document sharing and co-authoring.

Work together in real time – Co-authoring lets you work in the same document with others on files stored in the cloud. See where others are typing in Word and view their changes in real time.

Share and edit documents with confidence – Improved version history lets you refer back to earlier drafts of your documents stored on OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online.

Sync files in the cloud to your PC – Keep full control of your documents on OneDrive, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint, and access them on your PC, even when you’re working offline.

Invite others with one-click sharing – Version control is a thing of the past. Office makes it easy to quickly share your documents and stay on the same page.

Share with a click of a button – Use the Share button to quickly invite others to edit or view your documents. Easily manage access permissions and see who’s working in a document.

Attach files with ease Attach files in Outlook directly from OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint and configure permissions without having to switch apps. Outlook 2016 lists your recently used documents in the ribbon so they’re easy to find and attach with a click.

Organize your ideas in one place OneNote gives you a centralized place to collect, organize and share everyone’s notes across devices. You can include photos, videos, drawings, notes and more.

Create, share, and collaborate across devices, using your favorite web browser.

No installation required – View and edit documents using the free Office Online apps in any web browser Tooltip Icon. You and friends, family, and coworkers you share documents with can enjoy a familiar Office experience in convenient online form.

Get Office when and where you need it – Use the web versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for basic document editing capabilities, or seamlessly transition to the Office 2016 desktop apps to get full functionality.