Empower your teams with Microsoft Office 365 E1
 

Free Trial Office 365 E1: Productivity Software from Microsoft

Are you looking for ways to keep your workforce productive and connected in these times of enforced remote working? Lenovo and Microsoft are offering a FREE 6 months’ trial of Microsoft Office 365 E1 for up to 3000 licenses.

Microsoft Office 365 E1 brings people together
Even though we’re all working remotely, Microsoft 365 E1 can empower your teams to stay productive with email, calendars, file sharing, real-time co-authoring, online conferencing and more – wherever they are.

What can Microsoft Office 365 E1 be used on?
It’s not just for desktops and laptops. Your teams can also use 365 E1 on tablets and phones. They simply download web versions of Office apps on iOS, Android, and Windows devices with screen sizes of 10.1” or less. Each user can install Office mobile apps on 5 tablets and 5 phones.

Microsoft Teams keeps you all connected
The video conferencing tool Microsoft Teams comes as part of the package. In Teams, you can hold multiple-person discussions, make business presentations, work on projects side-by-side and enjoy the reassurance of seeing and talking to your usual day-to-day workmates.

Microsoft Flow keeps everything in sync
You also benefit for the organisational tool, Microsoft Flow, that allows you to build automated workflows between apps and services to get notifications, synchronise files, collect data, and more, with no coding required.

There’s so much more
With 365 E1, you can broadcast meetings online for up to 10,000 people, use Sway to create engaging, interactive web-based presentations and access 1 TB of personal cloud storage thanks to OneDrive for Business. Plus, you have Microsoft Stream on hand to create, manage, and share videos securely across your organisation.

Trial Microsoft Office 365 E1 FREE for six months
To help keep your people productive and connected, why not take this opportunity to roll out Microsoft Office 365 E1 across your business (up to 3000 licences) free for the next six months?