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Optus delivers cloud services to SMBs

Optus has launched a range of cloud services, designed to assist small and medium businesses in managing their communications, collaboration and marketing.

The OfficeApps service will give business owners access to vital applications on-the-go, via a single web portal on a range of devices, whilst eliminating the cost and hassle of managing IT.

Available now is the Optus OfficeApps Email and Collaboration Suite, which includes domain name registration, Google Apps for Business such as email, calendar, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, instant messaging, and dedicated Optus OfficeApps Support.

Optus promises IT problems won’t impact the cloud service thanks to its OfficeApps Support, which offers 24/7 support via online chat, phone and screen-share.

“One of the biggest challenges small businesses face when considering cloud services is simply not knowing where to start, so we’ve invested heavily in support to take the worry out of connecting to and working in the

cloud,” Optus Small and Medium Business Managing Director Rohan Garneson said.

Small businesses can take advantage of the same technology tools and support available to big businesses, but at a lower cost and without the IT worries,” he added.

Optus OfficeApps is available to both existing Optus and non-Optus SMB customers on a 12-month contract or monthly subscription basis on an introductory plan. Starting from $10 per month, there are three pricing options

available depending on the connection fee and level of Optus OfficeApps Support required.

On the $25 Email and Collaboration Suite package, customers pay no connection fee, have unlimited 24/7 Optus

OfficeApps support for every user and also receive a 12-month TrueLocal.com.au business advertising package to assist in promoting their business online.

To purchase Optus OfficeApps, customers can visit www.optusbusiness.com.au/officeapps or call 1300 093 869.

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Lorna Brett

Lorna Brett

Lorna was Dynamic Business’ Social Web Editor in 2011/12. She’s a social media obsessed journalist, who has a passion for small business. Outside the 9 to 5, you’re likely to find her trawling the web for online bargains, perfecting her amateur photography skills or enjoying one too many cappucinos. You can follow her on <a href="https://twitter.com/#!/dynamicbusiness">Twitter @DynamicBusiness</a>

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