Power Mac Center and Microsoft Philippines Launches Microsoft Office 365 2016 for OS and iOS Devices

Power Mac Center and Microsoft Philippines partnered to launch Office 365 in Philippines.

 

It’s Microsoft Office in the cloud

Microsoft 365 is not just another version of Microsoft Office.  It’s cloud based. It has all the features of Microsoft Office that you can share with multiple devices. Both in Mac & PC simultaneously.

Compatible on computer, tablet, phone and you can access your files online via cloud storage. Because of that several people can edit the same document simultaneously. It’s like Google docs or Google Sheets but ofcourse having the features you’ve grown up with using Microsoft Office.

 

Office wherever, whenever you want it

Office 365 Home can be installed upto 5 devices. This includes, Mac, PCs and, android devices for Php 3,500.

Office 365 Personal can be installed on two devices. It can be one OS and one iOS for Php 2,730.

  • Both editions include 1 TB OneDrive online storage
  • 60 minutes of free Skype call every month. It renews every month. The remaining minutes does not roll over to the next month.
  • License should be purchased every year.
  • Office 365 requres at least 4gb RAM and MAC OS X 10.10
  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote only on Mac. Access and Publisher available in PCs.

Where to buy it

New and loyal patrons of Power Mac Center stand to benefit from this milestone partnership. Office 365 with Office 2016 is now available at all Power Mac Center branches nationwide. Customers who will purchase any Mac deviceon cash or installment will get a special offer on the Office 365 Personal. Promo period is from December 1, 2015 to February 29, 2016.

For those who already have Apple devices, Office 365 is available as a standalone product at Power Mac Center as well. Office 365 Personal goes for ₱2,730, Office 365 Home is at ₱3,500, and Office 365 University costs ₱3,360. Meanwhile, Office for Mac Home Student 2016 is priced at ₱7,650 and Office for Mac Home and Business 2016 costs ₱14,500. Office 365 requires 4GB RAM and at least Mac OS X 10.10.

Visit any of Power Mac Center’s 26 stores nationwide to know more about Office 365.

Why would you buy it when you already have Microsoft Office installed.

This is the question that first came to my mind when Office 365 was introduced to me. I already have Microsoft Office. I can always view the documents in my mobile phone and tablet using a third party app, that’s free. Why would I pay for a license every year?

But after thinking hard, (Yes, I had to think hard!) What I felt when it was being explained to me came back to me. The feelings of comfort and security.

It’s like bringing your home when you’re away. Whenever I have to view documents in my mobile phone away from my PC, there’s this little anxiety of not being able to edit the document the way I wanted it done because I’m not sure if a certain feature in the Microsoft Offce app will be available in that third party app.

What do you think?

 

*Featured image from http://www.concordeitgroup.com/oncloud/software/microsoft-office-365

Amor Urate

Amor Urate

Born and grew up in Imus, Cavite, Philippines. Third of four siblings. One of the boys but loves girly stuff as well.Freelance Web Content Analyst & Transcriber since late 2012 and now a freelance writer and founder of https://fabtapped.wordpress.com! Loves exploring tech stuff with the goal that one day, will be one of the people that will use technology for medicine and environmental causes.
Amor Urate