Microsoft To Officially Launch Office 365 in Nigeria This Week


After taking the wraps off its cloud service last year and making it commercially available in South Africa, Microsoft is now ready to launch Office 365 in Nigeria.

See Microsoft Office 365: What It Means To Small Businesses And Entreprises [ANALYSIS] 

Techloy has received a press launch invite to the event holding on Friday, September 14 which would formally introduce the service with practical hands-on demonstrations that highlight its features and benefits. It would also be a great opportunity for Microsoft to answer some questions about the service.

Office 365 is Microsoft’s newest cloud service bringing powerful collaboration tools for businesses of all sizes.  It combines the power of Office desktop apps with enterprise-grade e-mail, shared documents, instant messaging, and video and web conferencing (Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online) in an always-up-to-date cloud service that is backed by Microsoft and some of the best partners in the world.

Since it was launched, it has expanded its global reach and currently available in about 90 countries around the world.

Do you have any questions about the service? Tell us in the comments…

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  • disqus_0FJbwSMzVT

    Internet Access is still a challenge in Nigeria so the closer to cloud service is to the users the better. Do you know if the servers are hosted in Nigeria?

  • cloudreality

    I don’t expect they should hosted in Nigeria, Microsoft doesn’t data centers around here.

  • ylove

    I don’t expect the servers should be hosted here, Microsoft doesn’t have data centers around here, right?