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Microsoft Office vs. Office 365 vs. Office Web Apps: How Do They Differ and How Can They Work Together?

Microsoft Office vs. Office 365 vs. Office Web Apps: How Do They Differ and How Can They Work Together?

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  • Thank you for this article...it provides the best explanation of MS crazy new product/pricing plan. I even called MS on the phone to get an explanation of the difference between the products and the sales person could only explain Office 365 and not the other products.

  • We will be setting up a contact data base (about 500 to 1,000 people) in each city (about 25 cities in the next 5 years) for our Vibrant Communities program. Wiould Office 365 with outlook  with each city a category - make sense? Lee lee@treefresno.org

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