Are you getting the most from Office 365?
Moving your IT infrastructure to the cloud has great benefits over traditional on-premise only networks such as greater reliability, improved security, and scalability. However for the majority of businesses once they’ve realised these benefits it’s back to business as usual. For the businesses who have moved to Office 365 that could mean a massive missed opportunity to transform their business into a modern workplace with tools they’re already purchasing on an annual subscription sitting dormant.
In some instances products providing the same functionality are additionally purchased. Even worse, due to the workplace not modernising, employees find applications that help them work more efficiently outside of the corporate IT structure, this creates shadow IT which is unknown and unmanaged by the business. Important documents and information which should belong to the business sits in personal silos with no governance, or corporate ownership.
Once a business has migrated to the cloud it’s time to embrace it. Take a look at all the products available, and see if these products could benefit your business, explore what your current licences give your users, and understand the ecosystem to which you are now a member.
The following is a list of Office 365 applications available to Business and Enterprise clients. If you are already an Office 365 subscriber, are you making the most of the products available to you? If you are still hosting your own infrastructure, you can see what you are missing out on!
Office 365 Applications
Office 365 Business Centre
Office 365 Business Premium subscribers based in the UK and US may also benefit from additional applications provided by Microsoft via their Office 365 Business Centre. These applications include:
- Customer Manager