Email, Office productivity software, and everything in between to make your company more productive and efficient.

Office 365

Office 365 enables productivity on demand through mobile, collaborative, and efficient work experiences. Your employees gain familiar, intuitive enterprise-class tools that work anywhere they work – on PCs, Macs, and mobile devices. Also with Office 365 cloud-based services, you’ll save time managing IT while your employees quickly deliver on your business goals.


1. SharePoint
SharePoint lets you easily and quickly create a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device.  Collaborate with colleagues, assign employees tasks, hold online discussions, and share documents, all through a single website you can customize to meet your needs.

2. Excel
The best-known spreadsheet is more advanced than ever.  Easily lay out your data, reformat and rearrange it.  Analyze the data with formulas, charts, and graphs, highlight trends and patterns, and export your results to documents and presentations in Word and PowerPoint.

3. Word
From something as simple as a meeting agenda to that all-time great thesis, Microsoft Word has done it all.  With templates for memos, fax sheets, business cards, letterhead, and much, much more, Word is the document editor of choice around the world.

4. PowerPoint
Fantastic presentations are at your fingertips with PowerPoint.  Instead of presenting the same boring old slideshow, choose from thousands of amazing templates online, embed a funny YouTube video, and spice up your award-winning speech with flowing text and snappy animations!

5. Outlook
Everyone’s favorite email program is still going strong.  Read email, add a task, and update your calendar from your desktop or laptop.  Integrated with Microsoft Exchange, the updates you make at your desk are quickly reflected on your phone and your tablet.

6. OneNote
Write, tap, type, draw, copy, paste, record, everything you can think of.  Reminders, lists, agendas, jokes, pictures, if you can see it on the ‘Net or write it on your mobile device or computer, you can add it to OneNote, store it on the Web and access it from anywhere.  Oh, and you can even use it to take notes.

7. Access
If your business is ready to transition from that growing set of spreadsheets to something more sophisticated, but don’t quite need the power or expense of a full-blown Enterprise system, Microsoft Access can help you create custom apps to hold your data securely while improving your employees’ access to it.

8. Publisher
In the world of flashy brochures, photo-filled newsletters, flyers, and cards, where Word leaves off, Microsoft Publisher gets going.  Use Publisher to create sales brochures, quick-start manuals, ad-banners, restaurant menus, and almost anything else you can imagine.  Then print, email, or post your creation to the web–or do all three!

9. OneDrive
Give your team the ability to store, share, and collaborate in the cloud, while keeping your documents secure.  With support built-in to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint multiple team members can even work on the same document and immediately see the changes each one makes.


Microsoft Exchange Online


Your business needs email, but you already have Microsoft Office, and you don’t want to spend a bunch on setting up and maintaining your own mail server.
This is where Microsoft Exchange Online is for you.  With the power of the largest software company in the world, your email will be hosted in one of the most secure and reliable server facilities there is–at a fraction of the cost of hosting the email accounts yourself!

Anti-spam and anti-malware filtering protect your mailboxes from potentially time-wasting and harmful junk, plus with redundant mail servers around the world and teams of security and data experts monitoring them 24/7, you can count on your email to be available when you need it.

Exchange Online provides you with lots of storage for your messages and attachments and lets you access them using any mail- or web-capable computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet.  In addition to email, Exchange makes it easy to plan and track those important meetings and projects, with contacts, tasks, notes, and calendars which can be shared between staff members–all of the communication options you’ve come to expect from your office email service.

With Microsoft Exchange Online and Tracs, one of Tracs’ professional IT technicians can set up and configure your Exchange Online email accounts for you, or if you prefer more hands-on, the Exchange Online administration website makes it easy for you to make changes on your own at any time.

Starting under $5/month per mailbox, you can’t go wrong with Microsoft Exchange Online.