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Catapult Systems: Choosing Office 365 is a slam dunk!

After a successful Worldwide Partner Conference in Houston, we are excited to showcase some of the partners who are living and loving the business value of Office 365 every day. Some of these partners are helping customers switch from Google Apps to Office 365 as they realize the value for their business. Today we showcase Catapult Systems, a national Microsoft-focused IT consulting company that has helped many customers move to…

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The Garage Series: Office 365 versus the wild – enabling collaboration across the stack

Episode 5 of a 6-part special filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by collaboration expert Mark Kashman as they take a look at the expansion of collaboration scenarios with the new Office from Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online, advances in SharePoint Online for collaboration outside the corporate firewall, to Lync with multi-party HD video and the social sharing of content and ideas through Yammer. Jeremy also teams…

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Kindred Healthcare: Using Office 365 to connect thousands of workers and lower costs

Kindred Healthcare is one of the largest providers of post-acute healthcare services in the United States. With 76,000 employees and a recent merger, they were faced with the persistent challenge of communication. After comparing other IT solutions, Kindred Healthcare chose Office 365 to meet their needs for improved communications and collaboration. With this migration, they anticipate a stronger corporate culture and improvements in delivering better patient care at a better price.

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Indigo Books and Music moves to Office 365

Today’s post is written by Sumit Oberai, CIO and EVP of Digital, and Michael Smyth, VP Retail Operations, Indigo Books & Music. As Canada’s largest book retailer, we need to stay on the leading edge of our industry. To do that, we also need the most advanced tools available. When we updated our strategic goals and made disaster recovery a priority, we quickly realized that we didn’t have the IT infrastructure…