“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.
Find out what it takes to shape a winning work culture that reflects your business values and leadership from our trifecta of entrepreneurial experts on the next episode of Office Small Business Academy, “Culture Rules! Create a Positive Business Culture Inside and Out,” airing April 26 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.
As many of our customers are now discovering, keeping up with changes to the security landscape is one of the unique advantages of the cloud. In fact, there are a number of properties that make the cloud inherently different versus managing your own IT services. These go well beyond security, but have important security implications and benefits.
In today’s modern workplace, we have more ways to communicate and collaborate with others throughout the course of our workday than ever before. In Office 365, you email and chat, have audio and video calls and meetings, collaborate on documents and share them with colleagues in the cloud. Delve Analytics delivers you insights about how you work, ultimately helping you to work smarter, not harder.
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.