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Get started using Office 365, the Microsoft hosted collaboration and productivity suite that allows businesses and teams to email, collaborate on documents, and share calendars. Author David Rivers tours the subscription service, showing how to administer user accounts; share and collaborate with a team site; and manage mail, contacts, and calendars with the Outlook web app. The course also explains how to connect with colleagues using the instant messaging and social media features.
Congratulations! You've reached the end of Up and Running with Office 365. You should now have a good handle on what Office 365 is all about and feel all ready to make a decision on whether it's right for you. If you do decide to go the route of subscribing to Office 365, as opposed to buying and installing Office software, your next step will be to decide on an appropriate plan. Home users have their different plan options, while business users have a number of plans to choose from as well. Once you've decided on a plan, check your computer, whether Mac or PC, to ensure it meets the system requirements we discussed in chapter 1.
Once you've signed up for Office 365, you are ready to go. No need for installing and configuring any of the office software. Of course, you can check at lynda.com for more in-depth training on many of the components of Office 365. There's plenty of SharePoint training in the library, like SharePoint 2013 New Features and SharePoint Foundation 2013 Essential Training, both with Gini Courter. Or how about Up and Running with Office Web Apps with Curt Frye, or Office 2013 New Features with me? You'll find everything you need, with more on the way, to help you make the most out of Office 365.
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