The price of using the cloud services of Microsoft Office 365 has just got a bit cheaper and in these times of cut backs, any saving is worth looking at. Microsoft has cut the prices across the board from £5 ($8) per month for the E1 service up to £14.50 ($22) per month for the top of the range E4 option. There is still the option to give Office 365 a try before buying and various offers for those in education are still in place.
According to a blog posting by Kirk Koenigsbauer from the Microsoft Office Division;
Customers continue to give us fantastic feedback on Office 365. Since we launched last summer, we’ve been happy to serve great companies like JetBlue, Patagonia, Campbell Soup Company, Groupe Marie Claire, and Tata Steel Europe. We’re regularly delivering new value in the service, releasing updates now monthly, and recently brought Office 365 to another 22 new markets to grow our global footprint to 64 geographies – with more to come!
Source [Computer World]