Microsoft’s Office 365 has experienced massive growth in recent months, with reduced overhead costs and reliability acting as driving factors for many organizations. While popular services such as Exchange Online and SharePoint Online may be responsible for much of the interest in Office 365, there are other less well known services such as OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business that make Microsoft’s cloud offering even more tempting for IT decision makers.
This session breaks down the various service offerings of Office 365, providing for easy to understand description of each of the tools provided and how they can be used to improve productivity and reduce costs.
• Understand key features and functionality of each of the service offerings within Office 365, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business, Office Web App, and the Office 2013 client suite
• Determine what type of license is required for your organization based on the level of functionality required and the type of information workers that will use the platform
• Review key decision points to make when considering an Office 365 deployment such as whether or not to provide Single Sign On to the platform with an internal Active Directory environment, data retention decisions, and migration options