For businesses looking to integrate Office 365, there are a number of plans available. Some offer full versions of Office 2013, while others include just Office Web Apps (OWA) – browser-based versions of Office. Because of the different plans available, it can be slightly confusing to figure out which one to go with. Here are… Continue reading Will your business get by on OWA?
Office 365 for business is unique in many ways; one being that many plans come with full versions of Office 2013 that you can install on your computer. All plans come with Office Web Apps (OWA), a Web-based version of popular Office apps like Word and Excel. One thing you need to know before signing… Continue reading OWA or full Office 365 – which is best?
Microsoft Excel continues to be a desktop favorite even in modern business. With its recent introduction into the world of Web apps, it has made productivity-on-the-go possible. The extension of Excel’s reliable functionality to the Web is indeed a great addition to a complete Excel 365 experience. If you are planning to use this program,… Continue reading Excel Web App tips
With every Office 365 subscription, you are given access to Web-based versions of Microsoft’s programs. With familiar functions, users still feel right at home. If you are planning to utilize the Excel Web App for times when you are out of the office then you have come to the right place. The platform has changed,… Continue reading Using the Excel Web App
Age-old productivity tool Microsoft Excel has crept onto the Web through Microsoft Web Apps. With these apps, you don’t need to stay at the office to maintain real-time work productivity. All you need is access to a Web browser and an Internet connection and you can work from almost anywhere. If you are planning to… Continue reading Tips on using the Excel Web App