Geekzone: technology news, blogs, forums
Guest
Welcome Guest.
You haven't logged in yet. If you don't have an account you can register now.
Vodafone adds Office 365 to its growing product suite
Posted on 5-Nov-2013 11:26. | Tags Filed under: News.



Vodafone customers can now purchase ‘Microsoft Office 365 for Business’ directly from Vodafone, and have the charges included on their Vodafone bill. Buying Office 365 from Vodafone will give New Zealand customers the added benefit of local support and set up from Vodafone.

Office 365 provides access to all the familiar Office tools plus enterprise grade e-mail, conferencing and productivity services. Users can also use cloud services such as Lync web conferencing, Exchange online and SkyDrive, all managed and configured through an online portal – without server maintenance costs.

Office 365 is scalable and works seamlessly on Vodafone’s SuperNet, providing superfast connectivity for business using features like email, Lync and Sharepoint – in and out of the office.

Vodafone’s Grant Hopkins, Director of Enterprise says Vodafone has never been better placed to meet the changing needs of business customers.

“With Vodafone’s global capability we are delivering world class communications solutions to New Zealand businesses - allowing them to attract and retain talent, and become more productive – so that work becomes what you do, and not where you go.

“Products like Office 365 allow companies to cut costs and improve their service, while dealing with a single provider. Vodafone is the only Microsoft global partner offering this level of service in New Zealand.”

Vodafone cloud based apps like Office 365, allow employees to work from virtually anywhere and from virtually any device. This mobility enables businesses to reduce costs, improve productivity and offer employees more flexible working practices.

Vodafone provides telephone based support and set up services. Technical on-site support is being provided by Need a Nerd on a referral basis, if required by the customer.



comments powered by Disqus




Trending now »

Hot discussions in our forums right now:

Gareth Morgan is a genius
Created by Satch, last reply by benokobi on 9-Dec-2016 17:02 (119 replies)
Pages... 6 7 8


NZ Prime Minister John Key Resigns
Created by ajobbins, last reply by elpenguino on 9-Dec-2016 12:44 (217 replies)
Pages... 13 14 15


The President Of The USA - Who do you think?
Created by TimA, last reply by DarthKermit on 8-Dec-2016 16:22 (909 replies)
Pages... 59 60 61


Dishwasher not Working Properly
Created by tdgeek, last reply by mdav056 on 5-Dec-2016 20:18 (28 replies)
Pages... 2


Spark wireless broadband and home /lan access: CGNAT limitations
Created by yokkem, last reply by BarTender on 8-Dec-2016 15:57 (19 replies)
Pages... 2


Spark not planning to deploy native IPv6 at all. Ever.
Created by Erayd, last reply by sbiddle on 7-Dec-2016 20:57 (19 replies)
Pages... 2


Woooaaahh earthquake 2016-11-14
Created by Fred99, last reply by DarthKermit on 9-Dec-2016 16:16 (471 replies)
Pages... 30 31 32


Wilson's Car Park - When Free is not free
Created by nzkiwiman, last reply by cr250bromo on 9-Dec-2016 09:30 (51 replies)
Pages... 2 3 4