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The Garage Series: Office 365 versus the wild – enabling collaboration across the stack

Episode 5 of a 6-part special filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by collaboration expert Mark Kashman as they take a look at the expansion of collaboration scenarios with the new Office from Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online, advances in SharePoint Online for collaboration outside the corporate firewall, to Lync with multi-party HD video and the social sharing of content and ideas through Yammer. Jeremy also teams…

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The Garage Series for Office 365: Stop that smoking gun! The latest in eDiscovery and data loss prevention

Episode 3 out of a 6 part special filmed in New Orleans, our intrepid host Jeremy Chapman is joined by Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Exchange experts Mark Kashman and Bharat Suneja to share an overview the very latest in integrated Enterprise Search, eDiscovery and Data Loss Prevention to harden your data protection. See how these technologies work across both Office 365 Cloud implementations and your on-premises Office stack to help…

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Serving the public interest and reducing fixed capital costs with Office 365

To make the case for transitioning our email system, we compared the total cost of ownership to keep the servers running on-premises versus moving to a cloud service. Right away, we saw that we could save up to US$40,000 a year, plus 75 percent of the cost of a full-time employee by taking our email to the cloud.   Then it was a decision about which provider to go with.…

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Public Sector organizations becoming more lean and modern on Office 365

At Microsoft’s annual Public Sector CIO Summit, we were pleased to announce a growing community of public sector customers who’ve adopted Office 365 including the City of Kansas City, MO; the City of Seattle; King County, WA; the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, Dupage County, the University of Miami, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Sacramento (Sacramento State) and California State University  - all who’ve moved to the cloud…

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Four reasons why governments trust Microsoft

As governments strive to become more responsive and transparent, it’s important for them to make public information easily accessible to citizens. At the same time, it’s critical that they protect confidential data. A key reason why governments choose Microsoft Office 365 is Microsoft’s leadership in the industry when it comes to privacy, security, and compliance practices. In short, governments know they can trust Microsoft to help protect their data.

Office 15-Minute Webinars
Office 15-Minute Webinars

Free Office webinars every Tuesday, watch videos anytime

Join us every Tuesday for free webinars about how to use Office programs. You can watch the Office 15-Minute Webinars live; or view them later. They run 9:15 am-9:30 am Pacific time on Tuesdays with a live Q&A session to follow. We’ll add links to previous recordings below as they become available. You can also download a calendar reminder for the series. Click the link to join Tuesdays starting at…

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Building customer trust

Today’s post was written by Arpan Shah, senior director, Microsoft Office Division I’ve worked in the Office Division for more than 11 years and have had the opportunity to experience the transformation of our business into a services culture first hand.  We’ve gained a lot of valuable insights as part of that transformation which have in turn enabled us to deliver important capabilities to our customers more quickly.  We know…

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Good tidings to our Office 365 customers

As the New Year quickly approaches, we wanted to take a moment and thank all of our customers for choosing Office 365 this year! We are humbled to provide a wide range of customers with familiar, secure, and reliable cloud services.  It’s gratifying to be able to help non-profits like Oxfam and Emergency expand the scope of their international initiatives of combatting poverty, providing aid and promoting human rights across…

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RATB is on Office 365

Today, we’re pleased to announce that The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (RATB), is on Office 365 for Government and has granted the Authority to Operate (ATO) under the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).  RATB was one of Microsoft’s first customers to migrate to the Office 365 for Government, a multi-tenant service that stores US government data in a segregated community cloud.