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Microsoft Takes Office to Cloud

Microsoft is all set to take up the battle with Apple over cloud after it announced Office 365 services online. The end users will be able to store their files and access standard formats online without any constraints at all. Though it is not clear at this point in time if the end users be required to sign up for free to access the service or would end up paying for accessing the solution over the cloud. The end users will end up leveraging from these solutions anytime from anywhere suing a secured Microsoft cloud ID. Unlike the conventional solution which requires an end user in storing files on local device the cloud based files are stored online.

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One of the major limitations of the cloud based solution is that an end user should be under active internet connection purview for accessing the tool or files on the move. The feature of Microsoft cloud is anyway not inferior to the standard conventional solution. The solution from Microsoft aims at gaining from the hype creates by Apple’s iCloud service. However, it fails to provide auto synchronization of files on to all held devices of the user. These solutions are highly streamlined and offer best breed services to one and all in seemingly no time at all.

Get going and look to gain more from the cloud based service of Microsoft in order to leverage more from the possibilities. The end users will be able to gain more from the service than the standard solution. The users will eventually move to cloud based solution in shorter term of time. The cloud based proposition will channelize the business investments of the value centric customers in a seamless manner. These are must to gain from by those who wish accessing office files on the go in a seamless manner.

 

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