Recruiting 2.0
09.02.2014
The Microsoft IT Group

Recruiting 2.0

Cloud
Cloud
Mobile, social, data. The cloud is key to unlocking the impact these trends can have on how businesses engage with their customers, partners, and employees in order to better compete. Microsoft approaches cloud services as a way to help customers take a key step toward better business agility, economics, and experiences both inside and outside their company walls. We also know that for today’s CIOs and business leaders, the cloud presents an opportunity to redefine the role that the IT and non-IT business functions play in implementing a business’ strategy. Because of its power to fundamentally change how businesses operate and compete, the cloud is a game changer for many companies.
People-focused
People-focused
The value of the cloud in addressing the trends of mobile, social, and data is in delivering experiences that appeal directly to your employees and partners, allowing them to drive maximum productivity. The cloud enables this regardless of location or device—leading to higher user adoption and improved productivity with lower training costs. The Microsoft cloud brings our ongoing focus on people to the arena of cloud services. In our cloud services, we mirror the familiarity and ease of use from our products that you have on your premises.
Comprehensive
Enterprise-grade
A living history museum maintains a great user experience while achieving better economicsClick to play!
A living history museum maintains a great user experience while achieving better economics
Publisher of the Daily Mail provides employees the tools they need to be more agileClick to play!
Publisher of the Daily Mail provides employees the tools they need to be more agile
Document recognition services provider prepares for future growthClick to play!
Document recognition services provider prepares for future growth
BMW reaches a younger audience through innovative social media effortsClick to play!
BMW reaches a younger audience through innovative social media efforts
Lifestyle communication agency easily gains 360 Degree View of its customersClick to play!
Lifestyle communication agency easily gains 360 Degree View of its customers

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When the Microsoft CEO publicly declared “We're all in” on cloud computing in March 2010, he wasn't just referring to Microsoft products and platforms. He also was giving the IT organization a mandate to move to the cloud. Today, Microsoft IT has deployed more than 50 applications on Windows Azure, manages more than 40,000 email boxes and 18,000 personal Microsoft SharePoint sites on Microsoft Office 365, and is expanding the number of employees who are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. Overall, we expect 80 percent of Microsoft line-of-business applications to be cloud-based by 2016.
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