John Keells Holdings was looking for a platform that it could use as a launch pad for an enterprisewide adoption of anytime, anywhere computing, in addition to a bring your own device (BYOD) strategy. Learn why the company chose Microsoft Office 365, a cloud-based solution, to help it achieve these goals.
Nature & Découvertes eliminated its previous cloud-based email solution, instead deciding to unify communications on Microsoft Office 365. Read about the benefits the French retailer has obtained, and why switching to Office 365 was “the first step in moving toward a completely collaborate workplace.”
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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.
Aisle7 provides marketing services for retailers’ wellness products. Back in 2009, it replaced an on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server solution with Google Apps Premier Edition, but after nine months decided to abandon Google. We recently spoke to Jake Harris, the Director of IT at Aisle7, to learn about the company’s journey to Microsoft Office 365.
Arysta LifeScience wanted to standardize on cloud-based communication and collaboration services. It chose Google Apps for Business. However, employees in the pilot group were unhappy with the user interface and IT struggled with compatibility issues. Arysta LifeScience replaced the Google deployment and introduced Microsoft Office 365. We recently spoke to Dustin Collins, Global Head of Global IT Infrastructure at Arysta LifeScience, to learn how the company is benefiting.
Healthcare provider Sensia Hälsovård AB needed a single communication and collaboration platform to accommodate its rapid growth. About 30 percent of its employees had been using Google Gmail, but found it cumbersome and unintuitive. The company eventually chose Microsoft Office 365. We recently spoke to Anders Franzén, IT Strategist, at Sensia Hälsovård AB to learn why.
International events producer dmg Events Middle East & Asia moved from an on-premises email system to the cloud-based Gmail system, and the move proved frustrating for employees and IT staff. When the Google contract came up from renewal, dmg decided it was time for a new email system. We recently spoke to Gehan Madhanayake, Head of IT at dmg Events Middle East & Asia, to learn why.