Microsoft 365 vs. Office 2021: What’s The Difference?

Remember back in grade school, you learned about how all rectangles are squares but not all... wait, no, all squares are rectangles but not all... Anyway, the point is sometimes things are difficult to understand.


Here at PTG, we pride ourselves on unscrambling the proverbial egg. Understanding the differences between Microsoft 365, Office 365, and Office 2021 is a proverbial egg we can unscramble!


And while we like to mix metaphors, our goal is never to mix you up about the topic at hand. So let’s dive right in, shall we?

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Microsoft 365 Business Can Make Companies More Productive and Connected. Is It The Right Choice for Your Business?

We have found there is still some confusion out there regarding the difference between the Microsoft 365 plans and just the cloud-based version of Office 365. Check out our earlier blog post which dives into those differences specifically.

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Is This the Year Everyone Realizes What a Great Cloud Solution OneDrive is?

If you're looking for an easy way to share your files to the cloud then OneDrive is the answer. It may have taken awhile for OneDrive to distance itself from Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive, but it has become the safe and effective cloud storage choice for both casual and power users. 

Mac OSx users will also no longer feel like left out. We'll be discussing some Mac specific OneDrive uses in Part 2 of this blog. 

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Best Practices for Securing Business Devices When Someone Leaves Your Company

Employee Retention is at An All-Time Low

According to Work Institutes 2018 Employee Retention report, employers paid a whopping $600 billion in turnover costs in 2018! Maybe that's because according to their findings, 1 in 4 employees left their current job for a new one in 2018. Read More »

Windows 7 vs Windows 10: What’s the difference?

If you're a Windows 7 user, you may have already heard that mainstream support for Windows 7 has ended and security updates will stop in 2020. This means the time to upgrade to Windows 10 is now. 

For the most part, Windows 7 was a reliable operating system. However, you will really enjoy the user-friendly components and increased security that Windows 10 provides. 

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