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Office 365 - always the latest and greatest or too fast for you?

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  1. 1. O365EU Sponsors
  2. 2. Office 365 – Always the latest and greatest or too fast for you? Speaker: Rene Modery 15th November 2014 Host: Matthew Hughes
  3. 3. Agenda Why is on-premises awesome? Why is Office 365 awesome? How does your company stay awesome while using Office 365?
  4. 4. Who is Rene? SharePoint Team Lead for a MNC Office 365 MVP 6+ years in Singapore Based in Zurich, Switzerland Web: http://modery.net Twitter: @modery Email: rene@modery.net
  5. 5. The “good old days” aka you run everything on-premises YourCompany Inc. Exchange 2007 SharePoint 2007 Office 2007 Internet Explorer 7/8 Here you are: Patches, Cumulative Updates, Service Packs! Internet Explorer 9! Office 2010! SharePoint 2010! Exchange 2010!
  6. 6. On-premises = everything is in your control It is completely in your hands to maximize the value of your investment! Run the platform in its current configuration as long as you want * Users still using “old” code / plugins / … - no worries! * Well, Microsoft support ends at some point….
  7. 7. Then came Office 365… “So we are really excited and maybe a little bit relieved, to be honest, to be at this day where we’ve got Office 365 up and running, we’ve shipped the 2013 server, we’re in the process of updating our datacenters around the world over the next few months to the new build, and we’re really, really excited about that transition point because now we’re going to be updating the cloud much more frequently. We’ve laid the underlying infrastructure to run the engineering work at the scale with enterprise availability and you’ll see a lot more iteration from us over the next coming quarters and years from us.” – Jeff Teper, SharePoint Conference 2012 http://news.microsoft.com/2012/11/12/jared-spataro-jeff-teper-scott-guthrie-and-david-sacks-sharepoint-conference- 2012/
  8. 8. Office 365 delivered in 2013 8 Azure AD Password Sync. Office Online real-time co-authoring The New Office Improved Sharing Emails Office 365 Adapter Embedded Images PDFs in Word Online Updated Lync mobile clients OneNote for iPhone and Android phones Q&A manager Power Map for Excel Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase Windows Azure Active Authentication DirSync Scoping and Filtering Exchange Online Inactive Mailboxes PDF support for SharePoint Online Lync Online Integrated Reporting Office Online Update Windows Azure Active Directory Sync Tool-update Admin Add Retention policy and tag management Office 365 SSO with SAML 2.0 Identity Providers Exchange Online Address Book Policies Excel Online update SharePoint Newsfeed App for Windows 8 Lync meeting scheduling from OWA Exchange Online Archiving add- on Rights Management Services OneNote for iPad SharePoint Online Platform Improvements IM mute EXO: 50 GB Mailboxes Exchange group naming policy Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase New SharePoint Workflows Yammer basic integration Encrypted Data Project codename “GeoFlow” preview for Excel Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase Office 365 Admin Mobile App OneDrive for Business Sync for Windows Lync Online Remote PowerShell Lync mobile clients Office Mobile for iPhone & Android phones Go Daddy Integration OWA for iPhone & OWA for iPad Lync and SharePoint Service Reporting Connecting Skype & Lync OneDrive for Business apps for Windows 8 & iOS Message Center Shared with Me 50 GB mailbox Office 365 Switch Plans OneDrive for Business Storage increase Lync Online Q&A manager
  9. 9. Office 365 just recently….
  10. 10. Office 365 – good or bad? FACT: Office 365 is being updated constantly  New features and solutions that may help your company  “Unexpected” changes may confuse your users FACT: You don’t have to patch the servers  Less maintenance work, more time to concentrate on improvements and solutions  You still need to think of your client software – those old macros may not run forever….  It’s up to you how much you can benefit from Office 365
  11. 11. Cloud strategy – one size fits all? What’s easier? Bringing 5 employees to the cloud, 500 employees, or 50,000 employees to the cloud? It depends…. The following recommendations apply in varying priority to different companies!
  12. 12. So, if you plan to move to the cloud…. #1 Be prepared for constant changes A wild “Delve” appeared! What is that? Where did it come from? Huh??? Awesome! Let’s communicate this to our employees!
  13. 13. So, if you plan to move to the cloud…. #2 Stay informed!
  14. 14. So, if you plan to move to the cloud…. #3 Provide adequate training: Inform your users about new functionality Provide ways for them to get a quick overview Demonstration videos Internal blog posts Webinars Important changes: brief in-house sessions Monthly info sessions
  15. 15. So, if you plan to move to the cloud…. #4 Prepare appropriate support: Users may discover new features faster than your support team! Training your support team once a year is no longer enough… Shall your employees use “self-service” (Office 365 Technical Network) or shall everything go through your Service Desk?
  16. 16. So, if you plan to move to the cloud…. #5 Verify your internal processes: Training and support Communications Applications Development Applications Strategy Governance …
  17. 17. Conclusion Office 365 is changing constantly… ….and thus your company needs to rethink and re-evaluate it’s processes to get the most value out of it – be agile!
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