Office 365–3 Unique Value Propositions to add to Productivity

. Office 365’re focused on providing the best productivity experience across the PC, the phone, and the browser with Microsoft technologies. Other solutions focus on the PC and they have no browser and no phone story. Some of them are completely browser-based. They have no rich client and they have no phone. Office 365 believe that your users, and you as users, really do want to use the PC, the phone, and the browser in your daily world. You want to be able to get to your email, no matter what device you’re using. You want to be able to get to your Office documents, no matter what device you’re using. And Office 365’re making that possible with Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Exchange Server 2010, and Lync Server 2010. Office 365 want you to be able to work on your documents, and when someone touches it in the browser, they don’t clobber all of the things that someone did in the rich client. Office 365 round-trips the Office documents from the PC, to the phone, to the browser, and back, and nobody else does that. Your investment in Office documents is huge; you do not want to lose that.

Office 365 also lets you do things in the PC that are unique from the phone and the browser. You do things in the browser that are unique from the PC and the phone. And you do things on the phone that are unique from the PC and the browser. Office 365 hasn’t just taken a long list of capabilities and turned a bunch of stuff off and stuck it in the browser. When you’re in the browser, you get unique value that the browser brings to you. When you’re on your mobile phone, you can take photos; you’ll automatically drop those photos into your OneNote digital notebook, and that gets synced up over the cloud, and people who are using their PCs and their browsers see those photos. Office 365 don’t have that capability on the PC. So, PC, phone, and browser—the best experience for each one of them.

2. Office 365 give you the cloud on your terms. Office 365 don’t give you a technology ultimatum where you must move to the cloud to use our technology. Office 365 give it to you on your terms. What does that mean? It means that if you’re like Starbucks, you may continue to use Office in your headquarters operation on-premises. But Starbucks has rolled out 18,000 laptops to all of their cafes in the United States. Those 18,000 laptops are running Windows 7. And those 18,000 laptops are using Exchange Online and SharePoint Online. And it’s integrated in with their headquarters operations. So you can send email to anyone in the company. But the 18,000 new users, who’ve never had our technology before, now are using our cloud, and the rest of corporate headquarters are actually using the traditional on-premises technology. Other Office 365 customers like Coca-Cola Enterprises, have gone 100 percent to the cloud and they’re not using any servers when it comes to Exchange and SharePoint. And so you can have the cloud on your terms. Office 365 believe that is very, very important, and Office 365’re dedicated to helping you think about how to use the cloud in the most effective way.

3. Finally, the third reason Office 365 believe that you should bet on Microsoft Office 365 is because it is part of the broadest vision for what productivity actually is. Productivity is not about desktop documents. It’s not about word processing and spreadsheets. That was tOffice 365nty years ago. Modern productivity combines the things you see at the bottom of this slide in a very seamless experience.

- Enterprise Search: Modern productivity means enterprise search, great people search, finding people inside your company.

- Collaboration: It means great collaboration

- ECM: It means enterprise content management. Why do you have different publishing systems for your intranet, and your extranet, and your Internet? You want people to use the office tools they’re familiar with and integrate those with your single enterprise content management system.

- BI: Self-service BI means Excel, SharePoint, and SQL Server, all making it incredibly easy for you to visualize data, democratize data within your organization.

- UC: And of course modern productivity means unified communications.


Office 365 delivers the power of cloud productivity to businesses of all sizes, helping to save time and money and free up valued resources. Office 365 combines the familiar Office desktop suite with cloud-based versions of next-generation communications and collaboration services from Microsoft: Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. Office 365 is simple to use and easy to administer – all backed by the robust security and guaranteed reliability you expect from a world-class service provider. (Access from mobile devices depends on Wi-Fi capability or mobile network availability.)

The services provided by oFfice 365 are :

Microsoft Office Professional Plus

The world’s leading productivity tool now seamlessly connected and delivered with cloud services – for the best productivity experience across the PC, phone, and browser.

Exchange Online

Cloud-based email, calendar, and contacts with always-up-to-date protection from viruses and spam.

SharePoint Online

Cloud-based service for creating sites to connect colleagues, partners, and customers.

Lync Online

Cloud-based instant messaging, presence, and online meeting experiences with PC-audio, video conferencing and screen sharing.

Key Office 365 Benefits:

•Anywhere-access to email, documents, contacts, and calendars on nearly any device.
•Work seamlessly with Microsoft Office and the other programs your users already count on every day.
•Business-class features including IT-level phone support, guaranteed 99.9% uptime, geo-redundancy, and disaster recovery.
•Pay-as-you-go pricing options that give you predictability and flexibility for all or part of your organization.

Comments (2)

  1. R T says:

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  2. TB says:

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