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Companies of all sizes, around the world, are rapidly adopting Microsoft Office 365 to dramatically change the way they collaborate and do business. Microsoft Office 365 delivers the industry's most recognized set of productivity and collaboration tools—Office, SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync—in a cloud-based subscription service. People can videoconference, chat, share documents, socially network, and simultaneously edit documents from any location using a single, comprehensive suite, with the security and reliability businesses expect from Microsoft. It all works together.
To introduce even more people to the benefits of the cloud and Office 365, tomorrow Microsoft kicks off a new advertising campaign, “Microsoft Office 365: It all works together.” It will tout the benefits of the finely tuned collaboration suite today’s businesses want and need, complimented by high-impact visuals and media placement in a variety of print, online, billboard, radio and mobile spots.
Chances are you’ll start to see the campaign the next time you pick up a new copy of your favorite magazine, or surf your favorite sites online. Passing through Piccadilly Circus or taking the Tokyo Metro? No problem, you’ll be able to catch the ads there, too, or wherever travels take you.
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It would be wonderful if Microsoft spent some additional resources converting existing loyal and patient BPOS customers over to the new platform. Sure would be appreciated if I could feel some of the 365 love going around. :(
@Dan Sorry you're not feeling the love! Have you checked out the following resources on BPOS to O365 Migrations?
Migration Center: www.microsoft.com/.../transition-center.aspx
BPOS Blog Posts:
FAQ about Migrations: blogs.technet.com/.../frequent-questions-about-the-transition-to-office-365.aspx
Manual Migration Questons: blogs.technet.com/.../transitioning-from-bpos-to-office-365.aspx
Not to mention a little love for the long long suffering Office Live users.
I totally agree with you Dan. We are still waiting to migrate over to Office 365. I am waiting to move really bad since there is more support for mac on office 365.
So excited to begin researching Office365, and so disappointed to see a major concept typo...alas, I guess spelling doesn't count anymore... but you still might want to check the difference between "compliment" and "complement" (hint: complement = complete) before your full-press rollout... it takes away from an otherwise smart-looking presentation.
Yesterday, Microsoft launched an ad campaign to introduce even more people to Office 365 and the benefits
You would also do well to realize that neither of those words are part of the ad, that is just someone who is taking the time to show what it will look like. The ad starts at the pictures.
So they're finally working their way up to google docs 1.0?
It all works together. Good to know you see us as "it", or do you mean that your software is now seamlessly connecting together. collaboration is about people