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Transforming businessThu, 02 Aug 2012 14:00:00 GMT
Luxury audio system maker Bang & Olufsen has adopted Microsoft Office 365 to unify its email, calendaring, collaboration and communication. The Danish company looked to upgrade its email system from the limitations of Lotus Notes to a less-expensive, easier-to-scale cloud solution: Office 365. With all 2,000 employees using Office 365, Bang & Olufsen will reduce travel and IT costs, improve access and ease of use, and also enjoy email, calendars and conferencing that work better together. Click through to read the full press release.
Transforming businessWed, 27 Jun 2012 16:00:00 GMT
A blog post by Niels Soelberg (Vice President, Public Sector Sales for Microsoft EMEA) marks the launch of the full and no-cost Office 365 for education solution and discusses the importance of providing IT access to students across Europe. Adopting the cloud can bring many mutual benefits for students and European governments, and gives students a head start in the technology-driven workplace. Click through to read more about how Office 365 for education meets the demands of our customers, whether they seek data security, greater collaboration or improved communication among the student body.
A new IDC whitepaper commissioned by Microsoft sets out the key questions CIOs should ask when selecting a cloud vendor to ensure compliance in the cloud. The paper discusses the issues of privacy, security and transparency in the cloud from a CIO perspective. Click through to find out more about the IDC whitepaper and Microsoft's approach to compliance in the cloud in the Office 365 Trust Center.
Fueling growth and healthy communitiesWed, 20 Jun 2012 16:30:00 GMT
The Danish Red Cross announced it will adopt Microsoft Office 365 to improve its communications needs and to reduce costs without compromising on capabilities. To help 250 employees connect more efficiently — and to help both prepare for disaster and provide disaster relief to those in need even faster — the non-profit set a strategic mandate to strengthen its communications and service impact, starting with the Office 365 deployment.
Fueling growth and healthy communitiesFri, 25 May 2012 11:30:00 GMT
Niels Soelberg, Vice President, Public Sector Sales, Microsoft EMEA, blogs from within the walls of the Vatican where he is participating in an un-precented announcement between the Catholic International Education Office (OIEC) and Microsoft. OIEC is working with Microsoft to support the modernization of over 200,000 Catholic schools worldwide enabling 43 million Catholic students with technology skills including Office 365 and other resources which will prepare them for a brighter future. Click through to read his full blog post.
Fueling growth and healthy communitiesFri, 25 May 2012 10:00:00 GMT
The Catholic International Education Office (OIEC) has entered into an education alliance with Microsoft to provide Office 365 for its community of Catholic schools across the world, as part of a new Social Network for Catholic Education. This will begin with provision of software for 4.5 million students as part of a 3 year alliance plan, but in time has the potential to scale across OIEC's community of more than 43 million Catholic students, at 210,000 schools, in 102 countries. The new network will provide innovative software and services, training and access, to technologies that will better prepare students for the jobs of the future. Click through to find out more about the announcement and access all the press materials.
Transforming businessTue, 22 May 2012 16:00:00 GMT
A U.K.-based events and hospitality firm providing services for sponsors of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, iLUKA has addressed the IT challenges of a tenfold increase in staff while saving tens of thousands of pounds by adopting Microsoft Office 365. The company has markedly decreased its software licensing expenses, reduced its IT workload by decommissioning redundant email servers, and is benefiting from the enterprise levels of security and availability that Microsoft offers. Click through to read the full press release.
Transforming businessWed, 09 May 2012 08:00:00 GMT
Electronics manufacturer Note unified its communication infrastructure and reduced IT costs by switching from Google Mail to Microsoft Office 365, which delivered greater value and offered a familiar work environment for its employees. Click through to read the full case study.
Transforming businessTue, 24 Apr 2012 08:00:00 GMT
Microsoft has today announced that West Midlands Ambulance Service, one of the largest and best performing ambulance services in the UK, has signed a contract to deploy Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint 2010 to its entire organisation to aid better communications and streamline processes.
Transforming businessWed, 04 Apr 2012 13:00:00 GMT
Eight companies and public agencies have joined an increasing number of Italian customers that have adopted Microsoft Office 365 to foster greater collaboration and communication, enhance productivity and realize efficiencies afforded by cloud-based services, Microsoft Corp. announced today. Click through to read the release.
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