End-of-life for Office 2007 is fast approaching, from 10 October 2017, Microsoft will no longer release security updates or provide support for Office 2007
If your business uses this version of Microsoft’s flagship productivity suite, then the time has come to plan your migration to the current version. It is an ideal opportunity to review your current ICT strategy to minimise costs, optimise operations and drive adoption across your business. What’s more, if you are an Outlook 2007 clients are using Office 365, you will no longer be able to send or receive emails from 31 October 2017. It’s estimated that some 1,500 Australian businesses will be affected.
As well as mitigating the risks of flawed security, sub-optimal performance and compliance issues, upgrading to the latest version of Microsoft Offce is a cost effective way to give your team access to the latest productivity tools.
Office 365 now offers organisations a new range of applications and services including;
- Full versions of the latest productivity tools including Skype for Business, Teams and OneNote
- Latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive for Business, Publisher
- The ability for each user to access the latest version of Office on up to 5 devices
- Enhanced security and compliance tools
eStorm can help you identify the most appropriate upgrade path for your business.