Owners of Nokia’s latest Lumia smartphones have a great way to keep up with what’s happening at work on a minute-to-minute basis, which doesn’t involve expensive licences and can be accessed by all the team, all of the time… anywhere.
Microsoft’s Office 365 is a reliable cloud-based service that offers shared calendars, email, instant messaging and file sharing for all the team, whether in the office or away on business. And using it in conjunction with Nokia’s Lumia 820, Lumia 920 or Lumia 925, is as straightforward as it is reliable and practical. And it’s fully encrypted so your team’s work is secure and private.
Now documents, created by team members, can be stored and made available to all, in a virtual office, or Team Site on Office 365. All you need to do is set up an account, log in using your Office 365 email address and password, via your Lumia smartphone’s Office hub, and synch your email application and calendar with Office 365.
Office 365 keeps you in the loop at all times, regardless of where you are. With Nokia’s Lumia 820, Lumia 920 and Lumia 925, each handset has 3G-capacity (plus 4G with the Lumia 925 and 920) and Wi-Fi facilities, so you can truly work on the fly. You can check, review and make suggestions as to documents, presentations and matters of urgency at any time you are out of the office.
The Nokia Lumia 820, and its bigger, more impressive, brothers the Lumia 920 and Lumia 925, all, via Office 365 and an application called Lync, allow team members to instant message each other, when and wherever.
Each of the latest Lumia smartphones, mentioned above, are powered by a superfast Qual-comm Snapdragon processor so accessing your team’s Office 365 facility is swift and unrestricted. And they also have screens, of up to 4.5-inches across, with orientation sensors, which give unrestricted viewing and editing of documents or presentations in either landscape or portrait. And with their touchscreen and swipe facilities each page, or slide, can be viewed with ease.
Office 365 is compatible with more than several Microsoft and Apple operating systems but it works just as well with Windows 8.