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It's been said that "a dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work." We're honored to see all of our sweat, determination, and hard work pay off with the great reviews that the new Office has garnered since Microsoft released Office 365 Home Premium to customers last month.
Already, Office 365 is racking up the awards. PC Magazine gave Office 365 Home Premium its Editors' Choice award, saying "most of the changes are extremely positive." Likewise, ITProPortal gave Office 365 Home Premium its "Best Buy Award," saying it "trounces the competition from Google Docs."
Last week, we introduced the new Office for businesses. In this webinar, we'll dive into Office 365 Small Business Premium and show you how 1-10 employees can get best-in-class tools and services. We'll also look at new features and a comparison chart for businesses of all sizes.
Watch the 30-second trailer or click "read more" below to watch the full webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
Yammer is co-hosting a new and free event series along with Office 365, SharePoint and Dynamics called Working Social Tour: Transform Your Business with Yammer. Working Social Tour events are an opportunity for you to learn more about enterprise social and how to start working social with Yammer at your company. Read on to register today to save your seat. It's free!
Every couple weeks we round up industry news and articles you might have missed. Read on for our latest selections.
Read on to learn more about California and Microsoft signing CJIS Security Policy Agreement and what this means for local law enforcement. California becomes the fourth state after Texas, Illinois and New York where Microsoft has signed the CJIS Security addendum.
Learn how Billy, an account executive at LexisNexis, was able to use customer feedback from the field to impact the design of the product.
In our third and final post about the privacy tenets Microsoft Office 365 was built on - responsibility, transparency, and choice - we'll talk about how our customers have the opportunity to choose whether information will be collected, shared, or made public. There are three categories that fall under choice: administrative access, identity management, and Microsoft partners. Based on the Microsoft whitepaper "Privacy in the Public Cloud: The Office 365 Approach" below we provide more information about each one.