Office 2016 suites include applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; they are available as a one-time purchase for use on a single PC. Office 365 is a subscription that includes these applications plus other services that are enabled over the Internet, including online storage with OneDrive. With Office 365 you get the full, installed Office experience on PCs, Macs, tablets (including iPad® and Android™ tablet) and phones.
You can access the Microsoft Office 365 port.
Follow the step by step instructions called "Installing Office 365 and Outlook on Windows 7 and Windows 10" or "Install Office 365 and Outlook on macOS/OS X
Users have five installations on desktop/laptop (MAC and/or PC), five on mobile devices, and five on cell phones.
Yes. A local copy of Microsoft Office 365 can be installed on either platform by accessing the Microsoft Office portal and selecting "Install Office 2016" in the top right corner of your browser. You will need to remove any versions of Office you currently have installed.
- PC: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, or Windows Server 2008 R2
- Mac: Mac OS X 10.10 or later
**For the best experience, use the latest version of any operating system.
Yes. All faculty/staff and students have 5 copies of Office to install on 5 devices. MAC or PC as long as you are affiliated with the University of South Carolina.
This is not recommended. A user should uninstall the current office suite before installing the Office 365 Pro Plus available via the Office 365 portal.
Yes. Office 365 is cloud-based. If a user is using the online office suite, they will need internet. If they install the O35 suite on their local computer via the Office 365 portal, they will not be required to have internet.
Mobile apps vary by device type. You can find more specific information on office website.
OneDrive for Business is an integral part of Office 365 or SharePoint Server, and provides place in the cloud where you can store, share, and sync your work files. You can update and share your files from any device with OneDrive for Business.
Currently, each user has 5TB of space. If more space is needed, call 7-1800 or a service ticket can be submitted with a valid reason for the increase.
If a user has synced a file/folder/whole OneDrive for Business (if not a lot of files) these files will show as a "drive" in the file explorer and will be available offline. They will update to the cloud when connected again.
Install the OneDrive for Business app and the other office apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote) and log into each app with your O365 username and password.
Consumer/Personal Microsoft accounts will not link with your university Office 365 for Business account. A user can copy and paste files between a consumer/personal and an Office 365 account.
Refer to the set up instructions specific to your device
Your O365 password is the same as your network password. Follow the instructions on how to change your network password.
Local archive files (.pst) will remain local on your machine. If you wish to import your archived files into Outlook to be synced in the Office 365 cloud, please follow the instructions in the question below.
An application that uses Active Directory or ldap authentication will most likely have a configuration page that will include options for ldap server, search base, filter, etc.
The ldap filter is where it may specify "inetorgperson". The filter can most likely be changed to filter on "user", and still return correct results from Active Directory, as the inetorgperson class is a sub class of the User object in Active Directory. But, this should be tested.
Here is an example of an LDAP configuration screen and an Active Directory LDAP filter.
There are 3 ways [pdf] to restore the data from your archives. You can or you can move individual items from a .pst file into their original folder or a new one, copy the e-mail back to the original folder, or you can copy the e-mail to a new folder.
For more information on Office 365 for Business visit Microsoft O365 Business FAQs