cloud-based productivity apps
Red Hat, Inc., the provider of open source solutions, has announced improvements to its private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, OpenShift Enterprise.
Hosted365 software bundle offered by BizCloud provides organizations with anywhere access to business productivity tools that employees need coupled with strong security and controls that IT departments can depend on.
Microsoft made a big leap into the cloud with its Office 365 service, answering to the increasing demand for enterprise-level online productivity services that are becoming a necessity for organizations with offices in multiple locations. With Office as an established brand among enterprise users and a progressive rate of cloud adoption, Microsoft can potentially tap deeper into the enterprise market with its Office 365 offering.
Microsoft’s Office 365 is a suite of cloud-based business productivity services that unifies the software giant’s existing online application offerings including Microsoft Office web apps, SharePoint Online, Lync, and Exchange Online. This subscription based service integrates cloud-based syncing and collaboration and allows users to access their productivity apps from anywhere in the world and from a variety of devices, including iPhones, Blackberry and Windows Phone. The guaranteed uptime for Office 365 is 99.9%. Microsoft has prepared flexible pricing packages for Office 365 in order to accommodate different budgets and fit the needs of businesses of all size, from small startups to large enterprises.