FastTrack is designed to help you move to the cloud and realize business value faster. It has rapidly evolved over the past year from a one-time onboarding benefit for our largest customers to an ongoing customer benefit available to customers with 50 seats or more of eligible Office 365 plans. —Learn more about FastTrack from Cyril Belikoff, senior director of Office Marketing.
“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.
Heading into the last day of Build 2016, we take a look at what the updates to the Office extensibility model and Office add-ins mean for IT admins. Jeremy Thake highlights new capabilities announced at Build for both developers and users while demonstrating new deployment options to get add-ins to users directly from the Office 365 admin portal.
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.
If you’ve been evaluating SharePoint Server 2016, you’ll want to see what we’ve added since the Release Candidate in January. In this demonstration, Bill Baer highlights Durable Links, updated capabilities for SharePoint administrators and new options for implementing hybrid solutions with SharePoint Server 2016 and Office 365.
This week, Microsoft Mechanics goes hands-on with the latest Dynamics CRM 2016 to highlight Office 365 integration for sellers, admins and developers. Eric Boocock from the Dynamics team demonstrates how CRM creates Office 365 Groups to improve collaboration while leveraging Azure Machine Learning and Cortana to report interactive insights.
Ten years ago, 55 percent of Wolters Kluwer’s business came from print and it operated in a distributed organizational model. Today, it is using technology, such as Office 365, to become a single, global, digital professional information services company. Employees use Office 365 to easily share knowledge and drive innovation across the globe. —Read more to understand how Andrew Lang, EVP/Global CIO is transforming Wolters Kluwer.
Sway is now integrated with the Microsoft Photos app! With this update, it’s easier and faster than ever to use the photos and videos on your Windows device to create and share polished, interactive stories of your adventures with family and friends. Sway also now supports Living Images. Read on for more!