Microsoft’s new E5 bundle has a ton of functionality, but is it right for your business?
With several Office 365 plans to choose from, figuring out which Office 365 plan is right for your business can be confusing.
In this on-demand event, Microsoft and Microsoft Cloud Consumption Partner of the Year, Interlink Cloud Advisors will help you understand all of your options around Office 365 – including renewal. Through a series of demos and a Q&A session, Interlink will show you everything you need to know about the new Office 365 and how (and if) your business can benefit from it.
What You'll Learn About:
Voice in the Cloud: Roadmap and Overview
Reduce Legal Expenses: Advanced eDiscovery
Enhanced Knowledge: Business Intelligence
Reduce Risk: Better control your cloud data
Improved Protection: Reduce Ransomware and malware
Data Security: Control access to your data
New E5 Licensing: Your options and new bundles
Live Demos Include:
Skype Voice Console, Advanced eDiscovery, Delve Analytics, and Power BI!
Both existing Office 365 and new 365 clients will benefit from this recorded event.
Office 365 Planner is now being rolled out to all eligible users in Office 365! Planner makes working together a lot more organized and fun. It helps users organize and structure their teamwork. Teams can create new plans, organize and assign tasks, set due dates and update status in just a few easy clicks. With Planner, users can attach files and have conversations around tasks. Planner’s visual dashboards and email notifications keep everyone informed on the overall progress of their initiative.
Get started quickly
Work together without chaos
Always stay informed
Pain Point #1 – Coordinating Tasks:
Today, the majority of information workers coordinate their team activities and team tasks using sub-optimal tools and methods such as email, post-it notes, Office Apps like Excel and PowerPoint, or by memory!
Microsoft Planner is simple and easy to use.
Engaging User Interface helps users create a plan, build a team, and assign tasks and set due dates in just a few simple clicks
Users can find benefit the very first time using it
Pain Point #2 - Communicating:
To get work done, team members share files, communicate back and forth via emails, engage in IM conversations, etc. As the number of tasks continue to grow, teamwork becomes harder to organize. Key insights and conversations related to tasks get locked away in disjointed apps, email attachments, etc.
Microsoft Planner is transparent and allows team members to work together without switching apps
Everyone has a clear sight into who is working on what
Users can attach files to tasks in a couple of clicks and start editing them together
Team members can initiate a group conversation thread right from the task
Pain Point #3– Big Picture View:
As the number of tasks and size of the team starts to grow, team members lose track of the big picture.
Microsoft Planner is mobile and provides insights
With Planner ‘Charts’, everyone knows where things are at all times
Email notifications alert team members when things change, new tasks are assigned to them, or they get pulled into conversation
Q. Which Office 365 plans are eligible for Planner?
A. Planner is included in the Office 365 Enterprise E1–E5 subscription plans (including corresponding Government and Non-Profit), Office 365 Business Essentials and Premium plans, and Office 365 Education.
Q. Is Planner available for customers on premise?
A. Microsoft Planner is an Office 365 cloud only solution and not available for customers on premises.
Q. Can Planner be purchased stand-alone?
A. Microsoft Planner is only be available through Office 365 Subscriptions, and cannot be purchased stand-alone.
Ensure your critical business data is never lost and always safe.
An entirely new breed of threats has emerged that can to knock out your business applications and data.
Join Microsoft and Microsoft Heartland Area Partner of the Year - Interlink Cloud Advisors for an exclusive on-demand webinar that demonstrates how Azure Site Recovery - a hybrid solution for disaster recovery - protects and maintains all your applications and data, without having to maintain a secondary data center.
Designed for all business and IT professionals, this session walks you through the Azure Site Recovery solution includes a product overview and live demo.
This webinar covers some of the most common workload scenarios and questions, including:
Overview of Disaster Recovery solutions
Prioritizing workloads for failover
Building plans to encompass all types of disasters
Funding available from Microsoft
Plus, you’ll hear a ton of questions that were asked from our audience during the live event.
Many organizations deploy Office 365, but only use Exchange. There are so many other applications within Office 365 like Groups, Sway, Video, and Delve that have been designed to help your users be productive.
Covers some of the most common workload scenarios and questions, including:
Efficiently sharing ideas and content
Collaborating together – co-authoring
Accommodating different working styles
Protecting intellectual property
Better coordinating group communications and efforts
Live demos, including: Sway, Delve, Planner, Office Groups, OneDrive, and Admin Portal
Whether you have already started moving workloads to the cloud or are just getting started, view the webinar to hear the best practices and insights into promotions that can further accelerate your cloud projects.
Matt Scherocman President, Interlink Cloud Advisors Microsoft VTSP and #1 in the world at helping clients with Microsoft funding
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