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Microsoft® Office 365 For Dummies® by Jennifer Reed, Ken Withee

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Chapter 22

Ten Office 365 Value Propositions

In This Chapter

arrow Discovering how Office 365 can increase efficiency

arrow Understanding the value of moving to the cloud

arrow Understanding the value created by the integrated products in Office 365

arrow Finding out how the Microsoft cloud provides value through centralized data

An individual poor person is an isolated island by himself and herself. IT can end that isolation overnight.

— Professor Muhammad Yunus

If you are relatively new to enterprise software, such as SharePoint, then moving to the Microsoft cloud is a straightforward decision. After all, you don’t have an IT team in place and there is no chance of disrupting employees because they aren’t currently using enterprise class software. In this situation, there is nothing but upside. If, on the other hand, you are a very technologically mature organization, then moving to the cloud can be a scary proposition. Anytime there is change at the enterprise level, there is a chance for things to go wrong. Even if the cloud takes the risk of the technology causing problems, such as installation or ...

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