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The New Business Owner
If you’re a new business owner, you want to hit the ground running. You
probably view technology pretty much as a necessary evil, and would prefer to
focus your time — and money — on bringing cold, hard cash through the
If you were creating a technology shopping list for a brand new business,
you’d probably want to include these essentials:
A computer with Internet access
A word processor
An e-mail address
A Web site
Although Office Live won’t provide you with a computer, and you’ll have to
purchase a word processor, it provides you with all the other tools you need
to start your business. You will find the cost of Office Live Basic — free — to
be extremely appealing. And, as the business grows, Office Live can grow
right along with you. You can upgrade to Office Live Essentials when the need
for a better system of contact management arises. Then you can move up to
Office Live Premium when you have a few new employees into the mix. And, if
you’re working on a tight budget, you’ll love the fact that you only have to
pay for services you actually use.
Anyone on the Go
If you’re a road warrior, you’re easy to identify. You know where to locate the
best cup of coffee in the airports of all the major cities. Your car is starting to
resemble your office; in fact, you often search through your car to locate
critical pieces of information. You have a cell phone permanently embedded in
your hand — and a silver gizmo stuck to your ear. You know that you are the
ultimate road warrior if a little old lady throws you a dollar and mumbles
something about deaf lunatics.
Office Live is intended for people like you because:
You can synch Office Live to your smart phone or PDA.
You can access your Office Live data as long as you have Internet access.
You can synchronize your Office Live data to your Outlook data.