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The vintage game "Pull the Rug Out" reminds me of Google's recent announcement that it is phasing out several additional services. If you're a Google customer, maybe it's time you evaluate whether you want surprises like these.
Steve Moore Chevrolet employees worked in a multidepartment dealership with outdated technology that caused the loss of important files and undermined their efforts to serve customers. The staff wanted mobile access to business information and to easily share and collaborate on documents while complying with Chevrolet auditing policies. Microsoft Partner Network member PTG demonstrated how Microsoft Office 365 can meet these needs. Today, Steve Moore staffers have the tools they need for collaboration. And with all business data stored online, Steve Moore never has to worry about losing business information.
International events producer dmg Events Middle East & Asia moved from an on-premises email system to the cloud-based Gmail system, and the move proved frustrating for employees and IT staff. When the Google contract came up from renewal, dmg decided it was time for a new email system. We recently spoke to Gehan Madhanayake, Head of IT at dmg Events Middle East & Asia, to learn why.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency expects to save $12 million over four years. The City of Chicago anticipates saving $1.3 million over the same length of time. And the State of Minnesota expects to save more than $800,000.
Governments of all sizes are finding ways to reduce IT costs while improving efficiency. What's their secret weapon?
Copyright Alliance, an advocacy organization that advises artists of all kinds, wanted to better support staff who travel frequently. Copyright Alliance worked with Microsoft Partner New Signature to replace its on-site file server and email system with Microsoft Office 365, which provides a complete set of cloud-based communication and collaboration tools. By adopting Office 365, staff at Copyright Alliance enjoy more flexibility and can respond faster to requests from the organization's members.
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 to increase IT efficiencies while improving their communication and collaboration capabilities.
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.
But what exactly is "enterprise-ready?" In a nutshell, it means that the solution was designed, tested, and implemented with businesses and their business needs in mind.
Microsoft Office 365 does exactly that. It takes the well-known and frequently used Microsoft Office productivity tools many organizations rely on-such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint-and delivers them as cloud-based applications. Office 365 is composed of cloud versions of Microsoft communication and collaboration services-including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. The result is an enterprise-ready set of productivity tools that make it possible for businesses to do more with less.