On September 29th, we released our third guide the Microsoft collaborative universe. Strategy, new features and applications, opportunities and limits regarding usages, interoperability… Get ready to dive into it and understand it better!
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Office 365 is an extremely rich and evolving product but wrapped in a marketing veneer that needs to be peeled away. Getting the most out of the product on offer to support a change in practices requires an in-depth analysis of Office 365. Luckily for you, we spent time to deeply study the bundle and produce the report, which has 8 key points to remember. By the way, we used the Office 365 tools to work on it 😉
1- A cutting edge product
Clearly one of the best products on the market, especially on the productivity side. It rivals the specialist solutions in every field!
2- A continuously improving catalogue
Every usage is addressed by one or several applications. A usage is missing? Trust Microsoft to deliver a new feature or application to equip it, sooner or later. By the way, Microsoft just launched yesterday Microsoft Teams for teams productivity and enriched collaborative conversations (poke Slack).
3- A lack of integration reducing potential usages
The applications are not very integrated with each other. The product fragments more quickly than it integrates, which creates problems when it is used in businesses.
4- The Digital Workplace, an embryonic promise
5- A room for complementary third party solutions
6- Behind the brand: a variety to be dealt with
7- A significantly depleted On-premise version of Office 365
8- Companies losing control of their data
Reach out to us to discuss about it!
As we love to interact with you, be challenged and talk about your contexts and projects, feel free to contact us:
- Bastien Le Lann, Head of Analysis and Design Division, Twitter @BastienLeLann or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Guillaume Gouraud, Consultant and Solutions Expert, Twitter @GGouraud or email@example.com
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