“During our global growth phase, Grundfos chose Office 365 as the foundation for a modern, connected workplace used by more than 18,652 employees around the world. Today, we all use Office 365 applications to connect with each other….” —Continue to read the complete Leadership blog by Jens Hartmann, CIO and group vice president at Grundfos Holding.
“We looked at other cloud-based solutions, but our employees wanted business tools they knew and were comfortable with. We use Office 365 to provide the connected and mobile workplace that employees expect today.” —Read the post from Robert Lewis, CIO at Assurant, the global provider of specialty risk management solutions, for more details on the move from Notes to Office 365.
“Switching from Google Apps to Office 365 has been a savvy move for Carvajal. We saw right away how much easier it is now for employees everywhere to share information and work together using any device.” —Read more from Jaime Parra Mutis, corporate IT director at Carvajal, leading Columbian manufacturer and services company.
“As an important part of our strategy, we’ve invested in the latest and most comprehensive version of Microsoft Office 365, the E5 suite, to give employees new ways to serve themselves and make faster, better decisions.” —See the video and new Leadership blog from Richard Cross, chief digital officer, for more details on the move to E5.
“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.
“We extended our use of Skype for Business, adding advanced capabilities such as PSTN Conferencing. This was a change in direction. Our main business driver for moving to Skype for Business PSTN Conferencing was to reduce telephony costs, and we’ve certainly met that goal.” —Read Dan Berlin’s, director of architecture at Kennametal, full Leadership blog.
“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.
“As Microsoft continues to innovate with Office 365, we will continue adding and rolling out more services that have value for Facebook. In that way, we’re not just buying the capabilities that Office 365 offers today. We are also buying capabilities that Microsoft will offer over time, and expect even greater things to come.” —Read Facebook CIO’s blog on enabling productivity for its global workforce.
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.
In the global war for talent, one way we make sure that we’re staying at the top of our industry is by hiring and retaining the best talent out there. To do that in today’s business world, you need to offer flexibility. That’s why our philosophy is to support a fully mobile workforce. —Read more from Luc Trudel, vice president of IT Infrastructure and Operations at Polycom.