Hosted Office Apps

Improve your productivity with the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and more.

  • Always up-to-date – no more upgrades
  • Optimized for mobility
  • Easy and affordable monthly subscription
  • Most familiar and popular business applications

With an Office Apps subscription, you always have the latest, most up-to-date versions of Microsoft Office for your desktop, mobile device, and the web. Work online or offline, from any device, wherever you go.

Office Apps – anywhere you need it:

  • Desktop versions of Office – the familiar desktop applications you’ve always used to grow your business - Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Outlook®, OneNote®, and Publisher®- available for up to 5 PCs or Macs per user.
  • Office Online – web versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, so you can be productive from any web browser.
  • Office Mobile – Mobile versions of Microsoft Office for smartphones and tablets allow you to create, read and edit documents on the go.

Reduce licensing headaches:

  • Office Apps is offered on a subscription basis. Buy for all or just some employees in your business.
  • Eliminated complicated licensing arrangements
  • Simplify installation
  • Get access to new versions of Office as soon as they’re released – updates run automatically
  • Turn a hefty one-time cost into a predictable, affordable monthly cost

Improved usability enhancements:

Depending on which version of Office you’re currently using, you will notice many enhancements when you upgrade to the new Office.
Currently using:

Office 2010

  • "Tell Me" box to help users quickly find the features they need
  • Simultaneous collaboration within documents
  • Pivot table and chart improvements
  • Support for tablets
  • Optimized for touch screens
  • PDF editor in Word

Office 2007

Everything for Office 2010 users PLUS

  • Updated start screen with recent files
  • Office Web Apps

Office 2003

Everything for Office 2007 users PLUS

  • Completely new interface, with intuitive “Ribbon”