Sprint plans to offer cloud-based Microsoft Office 365
Aug 01, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
Wireless and wireline communications provider Sprint (NYSE: S) said it will deliver Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Office 365 to small and mid-sized businesses this year.
Spring says joining its network with Microsoft's cloud-based productivity and collaboration solutions will bring new ways to enhance productivity, reduce costs and collaborate with customers and partners while also extending the cloud-based communication tools to mobile workforces.
Office 365 brings together cloud versions of the most trusted productivity and collaboration products with the latest version of Microsoft's client software and companion Web applications. It provides for secure and virtually anywhere access to email, calendars, Office Web Apps, instant messaging, conferencing and file sharing, allowing employees to work on the go, on nearly any device. Easy to set up and use, it includes built-in anti-virus and spam-fighting technology and 99.9 percent uptime guarantee. Companies can deliver the right set of tools to the right users with flexible per-user, per-month subscription plans for predictable annual costs and scale with changing needs.
"Combining Sprint's wireless data plans, access through its 3G and 4G networks and scalable services with Office 365 will provide businesses with the tools needed to grow," said Kirk Gregersen, general manager, Microsoft Office Division. "We're delighted to join with Sprint in offering this compelling set of cloud solutions to small and mid-sized businesses."
For more information about Sprint's upcoming offer with Microsoft Office 365, visit www.sprint.com/office365.
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