It’s amazing to watch how some of the world’s most innovative and forward-thinking companies are using Microsoft Office 365 to transform their businesses. The latest example is Atkins, one of the world’s leading engineering, design and project management consultancies, which has chosen to roll out Office 365 E5 to all of its employees worldwide.
“Jabil was an early cloud adopter, deploying Google Apps nearly five years ago. Now, with our move to Office 365, we are positioned for the future—to boost employee productivity, enable business agility and enrich our security profile.” —Read more from the global contract manufacturing leader’s CIO about the move to Office 365.
“Cushman & Wakefield operates out of more than 400 offices across 60 countries, and our 43,000 employees work with customers in every corner of the world. We’re now rolling out the most comprehensive version of Office 365 available, with advanced security and analytics capabilities, as well as Skype for Business meetings and voice services.” —Read more from Robert Franch, chief technology officer at Cushman & Wakefield.
Carlsberg has a unique approach to building our business. We’ve grown from four small markets in 2000 to a global beer brand with 80 breweries—we don’t just ask for conformity, we ask for a great local beer that reflects that region’s taste and culture. This requires close collaboration and coordination across markets, and Office 365 helps us achieve this.
Quintiles is growing quickly, and until recently, we had trouble with our collaboration services keeping pace with our rapid growth and giving employees what they needed to work effectively as part of a global team. That’s changed now that we switched to Microsoft Office 365, which we chose because it supports mobility, security, business agility and seamless collaboration.
It’s been said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it. At The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, that’s never been truer—innovation is an integral part of the culture at Goodyear. —Read more from Sherry Neubert, CIO, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to understand the connection between Office 365 and Innovation at Goodyear.
“Liberating Genius: The First 20 Days” is a series of lessons developed by Angela Maiers offered free to educators by Microsoft in OneNote. This eBook’s lesson plans involve self-reflection, character-building, collaboration and the inspiring motto, “You are a genius and the world needs your contribution.” —Read part two of this three-part series by Tammy Dunbar on implementing the lesson plans and how Sway and OneNote can be powerful learning tools.
Carillion uses Yammer to support peer-to-peer collaboration and innovation. It helps us to engage with our people more effectively, improve operational efficiency and ultimately deliver a better service for our customers. —Read the full story to understand how Carillion strengthens their communities.