“My challenge is to ensure that creativity and inspiration continue to flourish at ABB without any technological barriers. How do we meet this challenge for a global company with people working in roughly 100 countries? We connect people to enable collaboration, and for that we use Microsoft Office 365.” —Read more from Andy Tidd, global chief information officer at ABB.
“ABM has a compelling story for Skype for Business because it crosses the divide between our workforce in the field and our office staff. Employees can connect on a variety of devices from any job site using PSTN Conferencing or the Skype client. This is a prerequisite for a productive workforce.” —Read more from Andre Garcia, AVP, Global Infrastructure Services, ABM.
Customer security considerations (CSC) workbook can be used by customers to facilitate a quick review and implementation of the security controls available in Office 365. The CSC workbook is designed to provide customers with information on key security and compliance features to consider when adopting, deploying and managing Office 365.
For almost any company, large or small, project management is necessary for getting—and remaining—organized. There are multiple project management tools available to help your business manage resources, project and control costs, communicate effectively with multiple team members, and track progress on any project. While some of these tools can be installed as software on individual network computers, many of them are web-based—in other words, they’re available in the cloud.
Over the last year, we’ve introduced several new security and compliance capabilities to Office 365, including Advanced Threat Protection, Customer Lockbox and Advanced eDiscovery, which integrates Equivio. Together, these built-in security capabilities make Office 365 the most secure, compliant and enterprise-ready productivity offering on the market. Today we’re pleased to announce that Customer Lockbox and Advanced eDiscovery will be available for customers to purchase starting December 1, 2015.