How to get best out of your Office 365 subscription
Topic : Office 365 Benefits
Time : Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 9:30AM EST (U.S. and Canada)
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Analyze data, build solutions, and automate processes across your organization.The potential return on an Office 365 investment is high. Forrester Research, in a 2018 report titled "The Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Office 365 E3," interviewed and surveyed dozens of enterprises to build a composite organization and illustrate the benefits it could achieve:
- Save 134 minutes per user, per week
- Reduce product development time by 10.2 days per effort
- Enjoy TCO savings of $4.8 million over three years
This is great news for organizations considering the switch (or those that already have). But here’s something else to consider: the additional value gained by implementing automated workflows on top of Office 365.
Office 365 includes a variety of well-known business products, including Office 365 ProPlus, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams, Yammer, instant messenger (IM), and OneDrive. It also includes key security features such as Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Exchange Online Protection (EOP), and Office 365 Message Encryption, as well as compliance features such as eDiscovery with in-place search, hold, and export; manual retention and deletion policies; and manual classifications. Office 365 also includes solutions like PowerApps, Flow and Forms to help organizations optimize and automate everyday activities. Purpose-built experiences to empower information workers.
Usage of these solutions can help organizations improve business outcomes, such as faster time-to-market; higher employee satisfaction, which can lower churn; reduced operating costs; and increased revenues.
In this webinar we will highlight some of these features and how to utilize most of the office 365 subscription and not just keeping the usage to Outlook or Teams for communication.