“The beauty of our move to the cloud from a competitive perspective is that we’ve outsourced a considerable amount of development to Microsoft. We focus on staffing, and Microsoft provides us with great productivity software to support our efforts. And the pace of innovation pouring out of Microsoft through Office 365 is quite impressive.” —Read the blog from Kelly’s manager of global messaging and collaboration services.
“At Discovery Communications, our teams produce content for some of the most recognizable and beloved brands. A few years ago, Discovery moved from on-premises systems to Microsoft Office 365, placing the power in employees’ hands to give them control of their own environment.” —Read more from Dave Duvall, senior vice president, infrastructure and support services, at Discovery Communications.
“With PSTN Conferencing integrated into Skype for Business Online, Guardian Industries employees can join calls using Android and iOS smartphones, the Skype for Business client or a landline and collaborate with anyone, anytime, anywhere.” —Read more from Chuck Wiggins, infrastructure director at Guardian Industries Leadership blog.
Innovation never stops in the IT services market, and CSC never stops adapting. We adopt the latest technology to stay ahead of industry trends…and to help our clients solve their business challenges using the solutions that we have vetted. When it comes to finding and deploying the best cloud-based business productivity tools, we chose Microsoft Office 365.
Today, we are announcing enhanced educator collaboration with PLC groups, better content sharing with Docs.com, easier formative assessments with Microsoft Forms and additional Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) partners with OneNote Class Notebook. —Read on for details.
At Kelley Drye, we’re continuing our evolution by embracing new avenues of collaboration through Microsoft Office 365. Adopting modern capabilities like SharePoint Online helps us maintain a comprehensive view of a project and all its moving parts. ─Read more from Judith Flournoy, chief information officer at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP.