We decided to go to the cloud—specifically Microsoft Office 365—because it provides an accessible and scalable collaborative platform across multiple device platforms. By using Office 365, our employees stay connected to the company and to one another all of the time. – Read the full post from Air Canada’s CIO
Pushing the technology envelope brings innovation and mobility to clients—that’s real value that we add to help them achieve strategic objectives. After evaluating the pros and cons, it clearly made sense to move to Office 365 because we would save between 20 and 35 percent on our IT costs. —Read more about Michael Baker International’s move to Office 365.
“The oil and energy industry isn’t known for pushing the proverbial envelope when it comes to technology, but at Mansfield Oil, we’ve consistently taken advantage of technology to put ourselves at the forefront of what we do We’re now in our 57th year and at a pivotal point as we transform our business.” —Read more about how Mansfield Oil implemented Office 365 as part of their three-year transformation plan.
We’re transforming ourselves—starting with our internal operations and communications—with the goal of delivering travel experiences that reflect just how much we care about our customers and employees. Microsoft Office 365 is critical to this transformation and we put in a lot of effort to build an effective deployment plan for the entire company.
Technology is changing customers’ buying experiences, preferences, and behaviors. We’ve selected Microsoft Office 365 as our Team Member communication and collaboration platform. It will give us the flexibility and agility to quickly respond to customer and internal needs, cut costs, streamline internal operations and reduce time-to-market for new services.