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Posts Tagged ‘Office 365’

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Jul , 16

The 4 Reasons why Facebook moved to Office 365

  At Microsoft’s most recent Worldwide Partner Conference, Facebook CIO Tim Campos announced their decision to move to Microsoft Office 365 for all their employees because “They’re betting on Microsoft and the Office 365 cloud.”   This newly acquired, massive account for Microsoft isn’t without rhyme or reason. Campos mentioned 4 primary reasons for their [...]

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Apr , 16

New reporting portal in the Office 365 admin center

    Microsoft introduced a new “reporting portal” that’s just recently been rolled out to the public.   Among several fresh features, the reporting portal is now showing the different user’s activity within the Office 365 Admin Center itself. This Admin Center is the portal Microsoft has been pushing for their subscribers to use for [...]

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Mar , 16

Outlook Groups App Updated for Windows 10 Mobile

    As of now, the mass release of Windows 10 mobile for all windows devices including the Windows phone is yet to be confirmed.   Yet with all these Microsoft app releases combined with the third part apps focused on the Windows platform, it’s looking a lot like it’s going to happen soon.   [...]

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Feb , 16

How you can control data security in Office 365

    With about 100 petabytes of data flowing through Office 365 at all times, Microsoft has gone beyond the traditional means of information security in 2016. In doing so, they’ve moved away from the default “everyone needs the same security” platform and placed the decisions into your hands.   Now, highly customizable security controls [...]

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Sep , 15

Microsoft Office 365 is preferred over Google Apps for Enterprise Cloud Adoption

  Officially the fastest growing corporate product ever created by Microsoft, Office 365 has had an easy time surpassing Google Apps as the most used cloud-hosted productivity application. Here’s a visual of what took place over in the last three years:   These finding are based off the BitGlass report that surveyed about 120,000 organizations. [...]