Office 365 has turned out to be a revolutionary product for Microsoft. By subscribing to the complete suite of Office productivity tools in the cloud, organizations of all types and sizes can:
Money and time continue to be a driving force when it comes to business decisions and Office 365 is proving to be a product that saves organizations both. "Our most recent project saved a client 200K in Microsoft licensing and they also have the added relief of not having to manage on-premise servers," says Brian Hatchell, Datalink Networks' Senior Director of Engineering.
Here's a case study that shows exactly how implementing Office 365 accomplished easier IT management and compliance for a large organization.
More than 23,000 technology professionals are assembling in Chicago's McCormack Place this week for Microsoft Ignite: the software giant's biggest, baddest conference yet for the IT professional community. This conference covers the entire spectrum of Microsoft's Enterprise and education product offerings, replacing separate events for Exchange, Lync, Sharepoint and TechEd.
Technology is a wonderful tool - except when the tools you are using are incompatible with those of your colleagues. Moving to the Office 365 unified suite of tools in the Cloud becomes an easy decision when weighed against the other options, as discovered by Timothy Harris, vice president of global IT shared services at Mylan, a global pharmaceutical company. He first wrote about it in the Microsoft Office 365 blog, which is reprinted here with permission.
We've been telling anyone who will listen what a game changer Skype for Business is: Especially for those who are upgrading from Office 365 Lync Online. But don't just take our word for it: This is also the opinion of industry experts.Read on.