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After 10 years, support for Microsoft Office 2010 is coming to an end, and if you haven’t already considered upgrading your Office 2010 environment, we recommend you start now. We’re here to help you and your business with recommendations for moving to Office 365 and answer any questions you may have about end of support, benefits of Office 365 and new features.
What does end of life/support mean?
End of life or support means that your Office 2010 software will now not receive updates, including vital security updates. It’s absolutely crucial you take action and begin top plan upgrading to Office 365 to ensure you keep your data, assets and people safe.
What is Office 365 and why should I use it?
Office 365 delivers the latest in personal productivity and team collaboration tools. They help you do everything you were doing before – but are far safer and faster compared to it’s predecessors.
We offer flexible Office 365 subscription plans, tailored to suit your business needs. They all include access to all the Office applications you’ve come to know and love such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook; Plus you’ll have access to other fantastic cloud services you may be less familiar with but we’re sure you’ll love! These include: Teams, OneNote, Exchange, OneDrive, Flow, Forms, plus heaps more!
Here’s a video explaining Office 365 and some of it’s benefits.
You can use SharePoint as a secure place to store, organise, share, and access information from any device. All you need is a web browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox.
OneNote is your scrapbook or personal journal to capture, organise and share your notes from almost any device. You can hand write notes, record or annotate docs and even sketch out that next big design or project.
Automate the mundane tasks such as annual leave approvals. In Flow, you can set simple workflows to quickly respond to and process requests, like time off and travel plans within your team.