How to set up a microsoft-Office365 hybrid cloud-for-business account
Posted On May 22, 2021
Microsoft has revealed the official launch of Office 365 hybrid cloud for business and the integration of Office365 for business.
The new Office 365 cloud for Business feature is available for all Office 365 customers, and it will be available to all users starting November 1.
It will allow users to store all of their data and applications on Office 365, with the addition of a unified data centre for all of Office products and Office 365 products and services, according to the company.
For those who have already opened up a new Office365 account, the new feature will be fully accessible in the cloud.
“We’re thrilled to announce this great new feature for Office 365.
We’ve worked hard to make sure this is as seamless and seamless as possible for our customers,” said Michael O’Hara, vice president of cloud services at Microsoft.
In this feature, Office 365 will also be able to connect to Office 365 from a Windows 7 desktop, and Microsoft will continue to offer an on-premises Office 365 solution, with a number of new features that will be added over time, including Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Skype, and Outlook.