Office 365 for business

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The Garage Series for Office 365: Cross-platform Office experiences update–featuring Office for iPad

On this week’s show hosts Jeremy Chapman and Michael Atalla look at the array of Office experiences across platforms – including the recently released Office for iPad and OneNote for Mac. Watch as they discuss the core tenants for designing great experiences for screens of all sizes – ranging from the 82″ Perceptive Pixel display all the way down to a 1.5″ Android smart watch. Last fall, we brought Guy…

Small Business
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Outdated technology can cost SMBs a lot more than a slow boot up

Many enterprises have embraced the cloud – 60% of Fortune 500 companies are using Office 365 to help their employees get work done and be as productive as possible regardless of device or location. Small businesses, on the other hand, have been slower to realize the benefits of modern technology and the cloud, and this could cost them a lot more than just a slow boot up.

Office 365

What’s new: March 2014

March has been a huge month of announcements and updates for Office 365. OneNote is now available everywhere, free, and ready to capture your ideas and sync them across all your devices. Office 365 for business customers also got a glimpse of the larger vision for Office 365 and how Office 365 will help customers work like a network. Last but certainly not least, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have…

Customer stories
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Office 365: Helping real estate agents succeed by keeping them connected to people and information

For Windermere’s 6,000 real estate brokers, the difference between success and failure is their ability to stay connected to a complex matrix of people and information. With Microsoft Office 365, brokers now rely on one easy solution to stay on top of countless details and hundreds of contacts. For more information on Windermere’s success, read the article…

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How IT Pros can use Office 365 to create winning solutions

Every team, whether in sports or business, has its most valuable players (MVPs), the people whose skills and leadership enable other team members to achieve high-level performance. Many organizations count IT Pros among their leading MVPs—and with good reason. IT Pros select the online services, software and devices that other employees depend on to do their best work, and also provide the support needed to keep those tools running smoothly…

Customer stories
Mecklenburg County cuts costs and increases mobility with Office 365

Mecklenburg County cuts costs and increases mobility with Office 365

We are seeing strong growth of Office 365 in a variety of markets as more and more businesses move processes and applications to the cloud. One such area of growth is State and Local Government (SLG). Customers like the State of Texas and the City of Chicago have very specific needs when it comes to productivity solutions, as states, counties and cities face a unique set of standards and regulations.…

Events
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Don’t miss the Microsoft Exchange Conference!

We’re a few weeks away from the biggest Exchange conference of the year, and I hope that anyone considering a move to Office 365 or Exchange 2013 will join us in Austin, Texas March 31- April 2nd.  I was just at the SharePoint Conference, and while there, I was struck by how valuable these in-person events are for us and our customers.  When we’re together at an event, we can…

Office 365
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Discover Calendar Search in Outlook Web App

Have you ever been in the situation where you wanted to find an event on your calendar but you weren’t quite sure which week it was happening? Or where you wanted to quickly check if a colleague was available to meet at a particular time but didn’t want to bother them by asking? With the introduction of Calendar Search in Outlook Web App, it takes only a couple of clicks…

Why Microsoft
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Analyze this: Office 365 adds up to greater productivity for financial analysts

Financial analysts are the whiz kids of business. They take raw data, analyze it, and draw insights to show organizations where they have been, where they are today, and where they should go tomorrow. When financial analysts are assessing value or developing a forecast, they look at solid indicators such as return on investment, economic trends, and the bottom line. They want hard facts and performance, which is why financial…