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Technology is changing our vocabulary. It's got us writing in shorthand (OMG, I'm ROTFL!), and it's given us new meanings for lots of words. When I was a kid, tag was something I played outside. Today it's how I track friends and family photos on Facebook.
As you look at productivity solutions in the cloud for your business, you're bound to come across many more terms with newly coined definitions. Here is a list of words that we've compiled to help you better understand what Office 365 delivers:
So let's hear it - what other words have taken on a new life with technology? Share your ideas in the comments below.
Bad service. While you are writing fluffy lit pieces about cloud computing, many Office 365 customers get no service. My firm has a service request ticket open 41 days. This is not service. We will probably never do anything beyond Exchange because MS cannot even get 25 simply email accounts to work. All then fun stuff you write about sounds nice, but MS cannot deliver.
Great list. It does not only change the meaning of old words, it makes the world more english. Here is an Norwegian version of the list: o365blogg.no/hva-er-nettsky-og-office-365