When you mention Office 365 to office staff who are vaguely aware of its existence, the first thing that usually comes to mind is email. The main reason is most people only ever have contact with Office 365 as an email system delivered through Outlook on their Desktop or Outlook Web App. For the most part that’s perfectly fine. Most people’s experience of Office 365 is through work email provided by their employers, a communication tool that helps them conduct their day to day tasks that keep their world ticking. This was very much the case in 2008 when the Microsoft Office 365 predecessor, known as Business Productivity Online Services or BPOS was breaking ground in the online services sector. Back then its main constituent parts were Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Microsoft Office Live Meeting. Fast forward 8 years, and you may be very surprised what Office 365 can do now. In this article I am going to briefly run through three of my favourite features that Office 365 has to offer. With the right kind of subscription, you might find you have more tools at you fingertips than you originally thought.