There is no doubt that Office 365 is a massive success for Microsoft. The software has provided thousands of businesses with simplicity and reliability, and that it is changing the entire productivity software category. The success of Microsoft Office 365 is largely due in part to a strong small business segment.
Some business owners encounter resistance when they try to implement Office 365. Microsoft has stoked the fire of brand confusion with Office 365, as they have offered consumer, business, and enterprise versions under the same name. The consumer version offers users email, online Office applications and online storage through OneDrive, but ultimately, it's only a scaled down version of the productivity suite used by enterprises. Because of this, there are a number of lingering misunderstandings surrounding Office 365, making it difficult for some businesses to successfully adopt the software suite. In this post we will attempt to debunk some of the most persistent Office 365 myths.
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Since the release of Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft has presented SharePoint as their enterprise-level content management system (CMS). The platform provides users with next-level collaboration and file sharing capabilities, helping your company to share files and collaborate on projects with more efficiency.
Microsoft Office 365 presents users with a familiar desktop experience, merging the latest in cloud-based computing with their next-generation communications and collaboration services. Specifically, Microsoft Office 365 is composed of Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, and Microsoft Lync Online. These services work in harmony to provide the best productivity experience available on PCs, phones, and browsers. In this post we will help you to become a knowledgeable master of Office 365, through the explanation of what makes up Office 365. Essentially, we will discuss the ingredients that compose the software suite.
Security and privacy are both issues of contention as businesses start to accept the idea of using the cloud and Office 365. Though it is quite possible to experience a security breach from within, many businesses worry about security when they hear that their content will be stored somewhere other than their own servers. Microsoft offers regular backups to ensure your data stays within your region, and they enforce the use of strong passwords, helping you to stay protected. Putting your data in "the cloud" sounds haphazard; however, it is quite reliable, so what does Office 365 data protection offer for both security and privacy to help appease these concerns? Check out this ShareGate infographic to learn about Office 365's best security and privacy features.
In an attempt to support a cloud and mobile-based collaboration strategy, many businesses are contemplating Microsoft Office 365. For a successful transition, you should understand how Office 365 supports mobile productivity.
Microsoft Office 365 was designed to assist you in meeting your businesses’ needs for content security and data usage compliance with legal, regulatory, and technical standards. As an essential component of administering Office 365, it is important to set up policies and enable services that optimize these conditions. To begin a secure and compliant Office 365 work environment that meets your organization’s requirements, you may want to learn more about the staples of security and compliance described in this blog post. Many businesses are concerned with security, and this is completely reasonable; to learn more about Microsoft Office 365’s security options, continue reading!
Legal professionals in an online world face many challenges, as they need to ensure compliance and make sure that their documents are secure and easy to share with other teams and clients. Legal professionals from all around the country expect their technology solutions to reduce overhead, enhance productivity, and provide the ability to work anywhere, anytime.