Customer stories

March of Dimes saves $600,000 with move to Office 365*

The March of Dimes selected cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 for its ease of use and interoperability with existing systems. Now it estimates cost savings of US$600,000 over the next five years. We recently spoke to Alan Brogdon, Chief Technology Officer at the March of Dimes to learn why. Q: Please tell us about The March of Dimes. Brogdon: For 75 years, the March of Dimes has worked to find remedies…

Why Microsoft

Outlook Web App provides more efficient calendar delegation and management than Gmail

Microsoft’s focus on business productivity in the cloud is unrivaled, and this is also true for the calendaring experience in Office 365. To show how Office 365 can increase productivity for everyone, including top-level executives, I collected feedback from executive admins at companies that had considered Google Apps for business, but chose Office 365 for their cloud-based productivity solution. These executive admins feel quite adept at using calendar delegation in…

Customer stories

Taking construction to new heights with Office 365

Today’s post was written by Patrick Wirtz, Innovation Manager at The Walsh Group. The chief innovator at a large-scale construction company untethered himself from his desk and now keeps the lines of communication open, regardless of his location. Read about how he uses Office 365 and Office 365 ProPlus to share ideas through easy access to information and resolve issues from anywhere. I didn’t set out to get involved in…

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Champion Solutions Group customers find Office 365 more productive, robust and cost-effective than Google Apps

Today’s guest blogger is Chris Pyle, president and CEO of Champion Solutions Group, an award-winning Microsoft Gold partner that helps small and medium enterprises develop cloud strategies and deploy cloud solutions. Founded in 1979, Champion has 22 offices in 11 states and is the parent company for MessageOps, which focuses exclusively on helping customers move seamlessly to the Microsoft Cloud. The two companies have helped hundreds of customers migrate to…

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averda cleans up and moves to Office 365 and Yammer

With Office 365 and Yammer, we now have safe and reliable access to our emails, group sites, documents, files, etc. and our employees are constantly connected and sharing knowledge throughout the company. The combination has been a win-win for our organization… Read the full story written by Anthony Kurban, CIO guest author from averda–the largest environmental solutions provider in the Middle East and North Africa.

Customer stories

Media company uses Office 365 cloud-based mobility tools for anytime, anywhere reporting

Raycom Media, an employee-owned company based in Montgomery, Alabama, is a growing television broadcaster, currently serving more than 12.6 percent of American households.  After a minor flood at its main data center, Raycom Media decided to test cloud-based business productivity tools. We recently spoke to Lotte Hileman, Director of Systems Administration, to learn about the company’s journey to Microsoft Office 365.   Q: Please tell us about Raycom Media.    Lotte…

Education

Making literature come alive with Office 365

Today’s post was written by Kelli Etheredge, Teaching and Learning Resources Director at St. Paul’s Episcopal School.  A dedicated teacher turns her students onto reading and writing and improves their test results by including Office 365 in her lesson plans. Read how she and her students communicate and collaborate to extend learning beyond the boundaries of the classroom. While teaching is my second career—I like to call myself a recovering…