As Microsoft recently celebrated the unveiling of its new Office 365 Home Premium line for Windows and OS X, the new version of Microsoft’s phenomenal productivity suite comes with nifty add-ons and enhancements geared to suit the needs of today’s electronic consumer.
Subscription based, the service essentially combines the software solutions banded under the Office umbrella, with enhanced support for cloud-based access and storage developed to streamline the control and mobile access needs of today’s ever-mobile user.
With subscription plans featuring support for up to five devices, Apple device users can easily access Word Documents, Excel Worksheets and PowerPoint presentations though the Office 365’s featured highlights.
Available with an additional 20 gigs-worth of SkyDrive data storage, the subscription option also comes with free monthly Skype world call minutes to mobile or landline phones based in different parts of the world.
It also affords subscribers with access to future updates and upgrades, as well as access to quick-fix, time-saving technologies geared to address system related issues and concerns.
In terms of access-support, subscribers can use the new Office 365 Home Premium with up to five devices, including personal computer systems, laptops and tablets. Macs and PCs are both supported devices, enhancing the suite’s practical application as robust productivity tool.
Combining Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access, the new Office 365 Home Premium comes to the aid of users in search for a more immersed software productivity set, one that comes with cloud-storage benefits, highlights and features that does well in increasing its users’ productivity yields and expectations.