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Department of Defense makes Office 365 available for purchase

The U.S. Army announced an award for Cloud Services email and calendaring, unified capabilities, and collaboration tools has been made to Microsoft for Office 365. The Blanket Purchase Agreement is available to any Department of Defense (DoD) Service, agency and mission partner without additional competitive process. This opportunity gives Microsoft the ability to work at all levels within the DoD to provide commercial cloud services. Microsoft has a long history…

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DORMA: Unifying our workforce with Office 365

As part of an enormous company-wide expansion, German manufacturing company, DORMA, needed to improve communication among its global workforce, and increase the scalability of its IT infrastructure for further growth.  Senior Manager of Global Technology, Mark Dussy, shares how Office 365 is helping DORMA achieve its goal of being a connected and productive global workforce.

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New York to move to Office 365

New York State and Microsoft announce a statewide implementation of Office 365. This agreement marks the first of its kind in New York, and is the result of a strategic sourcing and information technology (IT) transformation project.  This move will enable state employees to be more productive, while also saving taxpayer dollars by transitioning to secure and efficient  cloud technologies.

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Musto Limited experiences smooth sailing with Office 365

Retailers are using Office 365 to improve employee communications and collaboration, enabling them to move faster to share best practices, roll out promotions and launch new products. New customer, UK Sportswear retailer Musto Limited, is now using Office 365 to improve how it works with manufacturers all around the world.

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San José and Microsoft announce city’s selection of Office 365, Windows Azure and StorSimple for over 5,000 employees

Today, we are pleased to share that the City of San José has selected Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Windows Azure and StorSimple to expand the productivity potential of its more than 5,000 city employees, reduce operational costs, and deliver improved services to over 984,000 residents in the Capital of Silicon Valley. To learn more about today’s news and how San José will use these products to streamline their business, please…