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Explore what Office 365 can do for your organization.

A Web-based version of Microsoft's Office suite of enterprise-grade applications. Office 365 is delivered to users through the cloud and includes Exchange Online for email, SharePoint Online for collaboration, Lync Online for unified communications, and a suite of Office Web Apps, Web-based versions of the traditional Microsoft Office suite of applications. Office 365 users also have the option of accessing the applications in Microsoft Office 2010 Professional via a monthly subscription.

 

 

Office 365 is part of Microsoft’s Software Plus Services strategy, combining the advantages of cloud-based remote computing software options with the company’s traditional base of on-premises software offerings. One advantage of Office 365 is that it is regularly updated approximately every 90 days without companies having to pay any upgrade fees.

 

By using the Internet as the delivery platform, an on-demand service in an infrastructure gave Insite customers the ability to use software fully managed not by their own IT department but by their cloud service provider, Insite Computer Group Inc.

For most small businesses, this type of deployment model is referred to as the “public cloud” where the cloud computing service is owned by a provider offering the highest level of efficiency. For organizations where a “one-size-fits-all” approach doesn’t work, two other deployment models for cloud computing are available: private clouds and hybrid clouds.

A private cloud is typically dedicated to one organization on its own highly secure, private network. A hybrid cloud is simply a combination of the public and private clouds. As an example, applications in a hybrid cloud may be run in a public cloud but customer information is stored in a database in a private cloud.

Regardless of the deployment model used, cloud computing means that your business applications are outsourced somewhere on the Internet where you don’t have to worry about paying for capacity you don’t need. It also means that the version of the software you’re using is always the latest version; it is accessible anytime, anywhere.

As a consumer or end user, cloud computing means that you can create documents and media files by using software hosted online, store your files in a location somewhere on the Internet (not on your hard drive), and easily share your files with others.

This is your personal cloud in a public deployment model. If you want to, you can synchronize your files in the cloud to your computer’s local hard drive.

In this sense, the advantages of cloud computing is not limited to just big or small companies. It is also beneficial to individual end users or consumers.

Ask Insite about our Private and Hybrid Cloud offerings.  Insite's flagship ThinDesk offering with Office 365 can help bridge the gap of Private & Hybrid Cloud!

 
 
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