Microsoft Office 365

Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime

by Katherine Murray

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Book Description

Office 365 is Microsoft's smart and simple answer to cloud computing. Using the various programs in Office 365, you can do all the tasks you're used to doing in your favorite Office applications - write documents, create presentations, check email, manage your calendar, crunch numbers, and more - and then share what you create in real time on a team site, design and publish a website, and even create and host live online meetings while you're traveling on the train, sitting in a coffee shop, or dialing in on your phone.

This book shows you how you can use cloud computing - and ­specifically, ­Office 365 - to get more done, collaborate more easily, and work more ­flexibly than you ever have before. From the necessary how-tos about ­creating and administering your Office 365 account and working with the various Office 365 programs to sharing files with your team, creating a team site, using Office Web Apps, and holding online meetings, you'll discover how easy it is to work online and off, accessing and sharing your files whenever you need to. After you learn about each of the core programs, you can try strategies for building successful teams, and get some good ideas on practical ways you can put all this cloud power to work.

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download Microsoft Office 365 ebook for free in PDF format (24.1 MB).

Table of Contents

Part I
Finding Your Place in the Cloud
Chapter 1
What's Happening with the World of Work?
Chapter 2
Getting Started with Office 365
Chapter 3
Administering an Office 365 Account
Part II
Teamwork in the Cloud
Chapter 4
What Your Team Can Do with Office 365
Chapter 5
Creating Your Team Site with SharePoint Online
Chapter 6
Posting, Sharing, and Managing Files
Chapter 7
Adding and Managing Workflows
Chapter 8
Working with Office 2010 Web Apps
Chapter 9
Going Mobile with Office 365
Part III
Connecting in Real Time
Chapter 10
Email and Organize with Office 365
Chapter 11
Talking It Over with Microsoft Lync
Chapter 12
Designing Your Public Website
Chapter 13
Integrating All Parts of Office 365

Book Details

Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Microsoft Press
Published
2011
Pages
337
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13 Digital
9780735656949
ISBN10 Digital
0735656940
PDF Size
24.1 MB
License
Open Publication License

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