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Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft office is the default product most businesses use for much of its business needs. Indeed, programs like Word and Excel have virtually become household names. If you work in a business, chances are, you use such products on a fairly regular basis. But in recent years, there have been some significant changes in the way Office products are being delivered. Not long ago, Microsoft launched Office 365, which is a cloud service that offers Office products to web users for a monthly fee.
In many ways, using services like Office 365 can have benefits to your business. For one thing, you always have the latest version of the product, and no upgrades are ever necessary. In addition, accessing the product from various computers is no problem at all. On the flip side, many people don’t like a monthly subscription system, and it’s quite possible you will end up paying more in the long run by using this option.
Functionally, the office products in Office 365 are pretty much identical to the boxed versions of the software we have all become accustomed to. The decision you need to make is whether or not a cloud-based software solution makes sense for you. For the time being, you can get either the cloud version or the boxed version of Office products, so the power of choice still lies with the consumer. Hopefully, things will stay this way, and Microsoft won’t do what Adobe did earlier this year (i.e., announce that boxed versions of their software will be discontinued).
People who are interested in the cloud version can get a free trial of office 365.
Speaking of free trials, I’d also like to take a moment to also talk about another online monthly service called Gamefly. This is quite a wonderful service that allows gamers to rent an unlimited number of video games. We need to quality the term, “unlimited,” however. It doesn’t mean you can rent all the games in the world, as you are only allowed to take out one or two games at a time, depending on which subscription plan you sign up for. However, once you are a member, you can exchange those games as often as you like. Bear in mind, since the games are sent to you by mail, you’ll probably only be able to exchange games about 5 times a month, given the shipping times to send back games then receive the next one.
With all of that being said, it’s still a wonderful service for gamers, given that the price for a membership starts at just under 15 dollars a month. Compared to the cost of purchasing new games on your own, that’s just a drop in the bucket if you think about it.
So what kind of games are available at Gamefly, you might ask? The answer is just about any video game for any platform. Whether you prefer Xbox, Playstation, or Nintendo, Gamefly has you covered. Their current selection of games is north of 8000 titles, which is quite a lot if you think about it. The best way to check out this service is to take advantage of the free trial from this coupon page, which will allow you to use the service at no charge for a full 30 days. At the end of that time period, you can decide whether or not you want to keep the service.
I must say, I started out with a free trial of Gamefly, and ended up keeping the service, so it’s a pretty clever marketing ruse if you ask me. But I’m glad I kept the service, because I’ve been able to play a lot more games than I otherwise would have been able to play.
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