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Office 365 news in February—new and improved intelligent services

This month, we released several improvements to our cloud-powered intelligence services. These services use machine learning and advanced algorithms to create magical experiences that save you time and help produce polished, gorgeous content. And they will just get better each month as we deliver continued innovation and further tune our intelligent recommendations as more people use them.

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eBay makes a bid for flexibility in the workplace using Office 365

“At eBay, we were built on the belief that we can empower and connect people to create more opportunity, specifically through commerce. Within our own company, we’ve mirrored that same belief by leveraging technology and tools that enable our employees to easily connect and collaborate with one another.” —Read more about how eBay enabled employee productivity by selecting Office 365 E5.

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Willis Towers Watson—
increasing business agility with global commitment to Office 365

“Willis Towers Watson drives business performance for our clients by helping them unlock potential. We aim to do the same for our global workforce. The Microsoft Secure Productive Enterprise E5 solution provides the advanced enterprise security, collaboration and intelligence from Office 365, which our colleagues can use to drive business results.” —Read more about WTW’s selection of SPE E5 and how it will save the company $3 million.

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From pit stop to checkered flag—
NASCAR drives productivity through cloud-based IT innovation

“The Technology Integration and Development team at NASCAR was born out of a single question: How do we empower the business to get more done? We chose Office 365, with its mobile-first, cloud-first benefits, to give our employees the best tools for working at the office.” —Find out how NASCAR races with maximum efficiency.