Business productivity at its best

Microsoft Office has always been about automating tasks and providing people with choices for how they get things done at work, at school, and at home.

Business productivity at its best

Mobile work is no longer just about the sales force. More than ever, employees in a variety of roles are expected to be - always on and always connected, even when they are away from the office. To enable the fast response they want to provide, these workers need the ability to access information from more places and on more devices. Taking action on the go can be difficult, especially if workers cannot connect to the business network or access the right information for their jobs. And while telecommuting and working on the go can reduce costs and increase productivity, it potentially opens up access and security concerns.

Microsoft Office 2010 and related server capabilities are helping people access Office applications, documents and their inboxes (IM, e-mail, and voice mail) across a range of devices, virtually regardless of location.

With Microsoft Office 2010 and related server capabilities, information access is extended to enable people to work from more places and on more devices with a browser, and to keep everyone more productive, even on the go. New mobile access enhancements offer a familiar experience tailored to mobile devices, so co-workers in different locations can share, edit, and comment on documents or presentations from their mobile devices. Whether they view or edit documents, spreadsheets, or presentations on a PC, browser, or mobile device, they can experience high fidelity across all devices.

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