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Physiotherm switches from Google Apps to Office 365 to support rapid growth

Health manufacturer Physiotherm wanted a cloud-based productivity tool to help it manage growth across borders. The company initially tried Google Apps, but ended up switching to Microsoft Office 365 after Google Apps “became nearly unmanageable.” By adopting Office 365, the company has reduced IT complexity and improved usability, making it more flexible during a time of rapid expansion.

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Office 15-Minute Webinars

Webinar: How big business gets Office 365 up and running

We’ve put together the information medium to large companies need to roll out Office 365 to their employees. In this webinar, we’ll show you these free resources, including the debut of our new Office 365 Business Learning Center and for IT staff, new Adoption and Change Management downloads. See the 30-second trailer now or click “read more” below to view the full webinar. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar What is Office…

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SharePoint Online improves limits and makes it easier to restore documents

Office 365 is growing rapidly and companies are moving more of their social and collaboration needs to the cloud. We’ve heard your feedback on how to make SharePoint Online and SkyDrive Pro meet more of you needs and we’re excited to tell you about the improved file upload experience, increased Site collection and list lookup limits, and improved self-restoration.  Read on and learn more about these changes!

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Works with Office 365 – Identity program

To help organizations adopt Office 365 easier and integrate with their existing Identity solutions we wanted to tell customers about the Works with Office 365-Identity program, which provides testing and qualification of third-party identity providers with Office 365. Office 365 uses Windows Azure Active Directory for identity management and through this includes directory synchronization and federation. Read on to learn more about identity options for Office 365.

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What’s new: August 2013

As summer winds down and the busy fall approaches, you’ll need even more help staying productive, and recent changes in Office 365 give you just that. Office 365 for business users will appreciate a number of improvements. Their data storage across services greatly increased-to 50 GB for email and 25 GB for documents-at no additional cost. Lync 2013 mobile apps for iPhone and Windows Phone got new meeting features. And…

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September 5 webcast now available on-demand: Introduction to Visio 2013

Join us Thursday, September 5 at 10:30am PT/1:30pm ET to learn what you need to know to get started with Visio 2013. In this 90-minute session, Matt Roderman of Tips & Techniques LLC will show you how to take advantage of the new Visio 2013 features and benefits to help maximize your productivity, including how to create organizational charts from a database, visualize your data, and share your diagrams across the enterprise using SharePoint and…

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The Garage Series: Understanding the new world of Apps for Office and SharePoint

Video 18:07. A lost episode of the Garage Series filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by MTC Architect, Richard diZerega, to discuss the new app model for Office and SharePoint. Richard also takes on the challenge to help navigate the culinary options of New Orleans by integrating Web services directly with Office and SharePoint using in-box and custom apps.

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SkyDrive Pro increases storage and ease of sharing

SkyDrive Pro is cloud storage for business.  Today, we are improving SkyDrive Pro to help you be more productive.  Three major improvements are: Office 365 subscribes personal SkyDrive Pro storage space is increasing to 25GB from 7GB previously; You can expand an individual users SkyDrive Pro storage above 25GB to 50GB or even 100GB; and a new Shared with Me view helps find documents other people have shared with you.  Read…