Resource Engagements FI

Resource Engagements—coming soon to Project 2016

In listening to your feedback, we’ve learned that resource managers and project managers find it challenging to agree on and assign resources for specific projects and tasks. With no clear way to track who is working where, who is over-allocated—and with crossed lines of communication, things can start to break down. —Read on to see how we addressed these challenges in the next update of Project.

Increasing user satisfaction, adoption, production and ROI FI

Increasing user satisfaction, adoption, production and ROI

For more than 125 years, Southern California Edison (SCE) has delivered electricity to 14 million Californians in homes, businesses and communities in Southern and Central California. With the aim of becoming a more modern public utility with enhanced internal capabilities and increasing productivity, SCE engaged in a partnership with Vitalyst and Microsoft Services to migrate its enterprise platform from Lotus Notes to Office 365.

New access and security controls for Outlook for iOS and Android FI

New access and security controls for Outlook for iOS and Android

With today’s update, Outlook now uses Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL)-based authentication for Exchange Online mailboxes in Office 365, replacing the previously used basic authentication method. This new authentication method enables IT administrators to configure new access scenarios for sign in to Office 365 and to better control and manage Outlook on mobile devices in their organization.


Driving Yammer adoption, one business team at a time

Enterprise Strategies helps Fortune 500 organizations roll out enterprise social networks. It started when a group of ex-management consultants recognized the potential of social inside of companies and thought they could make a dent in the information silos, broken communication chains and inefficient or non-existent collaboration processes of large corporations. What we didn’t realize is that what seemed so obvious to us was viewed by many as not important enough…