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Microsoft is about to make Office 365 even better for small and medium sized businesses

Microsoft's Office productivity suite is widely known as the best in the business. Everyone from fortune 500 companies to consumers around the world use the productivity software to write emails and model financial data. To help smaller and medium sized businesses get up and running with the service, Microsoft has taken feedback it has received and adjusted its plans accordingly to better serve these users.

The new plans start at $5 and go up from there to remain competitive in the market and keep downward pressure on Google and its suite of productivity applications. The new plans will be offered from October 1, 2014 and onwards and will work for companies who have 1-250 employees.

If you are currently subscribed to an Office 365 plan you will eventually have to move to one of the new plans by October 1, 2015. But, if the new plans suite your needs better than your current package, you will have the ability to move to the new plans ahead of the expiration date of your current subscription. More details can be found at the source link below.

Microsoft will be offering up more details about these new plans and Office 365 at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington D.C., July 14-17. Neowin will be at WPC this year too, so if you are attending the conference make sure to let us know!

Source: Microsoft

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