Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365) is a cloud-based service that provides online and desktop versions of Office. The Microsoft 365 A3 license allows you to install Microsoft 365 Office Apps in addition to Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint on up to five PCs or Macs per user and up to five tablets and five phones per user. Sessional instructors, invigilators and some occasional or email-only users may have an online only (A1) license assigned. Microsoft 365 is available to all current students, staff and faculty.
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