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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Getting Value from Office 365: You’ve deployed Exchange to the cloud – now what?

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Getting Value from Office 365: 
You’ve deployed Exchange to the cloud – now what?

Do you know what you already own?

Many organizations deploy Office 365, but only use Exchange. There are so many other applications within Office 365 like Teams, Groups, Sway, Stream, and Delve that have been designed to help your users be productive.

In this exclusive on-demand webinar designed for both new and existing Office 365 clients, Microsoft and Interlink Cloud Advisors showcase the features and resources within Office 365 – beyond Exchange. Plus, you'll see demos of many of the Office 365 applications, view dependencies of a deployment, and more.

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During the on-demand webinar, you'll see demos of the following O365 applications:

  • Teams – better collaboration tools 
  • Delve – Unleash the power of proactive search
  • Groups – A new level of collaboration
  • Planner – A better way to complete projects & tasks
  • Admin Enhancements
  • Plus more!

If you think Office 365 was good before, you're really going to love it now.

View the webinar & slides and start getting the most out of your Office 365 subscription.


PRESENTERS:

M. Scherocman

Matt Scherocman
President | Interlink Cloud Advisors

mike wilson
Mike Wilson
VP & Managing Consultant | Interlink Cloud Advisors
Matt Scherocman

Comparing Microsoft Office 365 F1 vs E1 Licensing Plans for Firstline Workers

Comparing Microsoft Office 365 F1 vs E1 Licensing Plans for Firstline Workers

Firstline Workers – a workforce comprised of over 2 billion employees including retail sales associates, hospitality staff, medical workers and teams on the manufacturing floor - are often the first and only representation of your brand with your customers. To help transform and empower this workforce, Microsoft Office 365 offers two specific licensing plans that were designed to foster culture, collaboration, and teamwork through technology enablement at a much lower cost per user.

The first plan is the Office 365 F1 licensing plan (a replacement to the K1 Kiosk plan). It was created for deskless workers – users who are often working away from a desk or using a shared PC and don’t need desktop versions of Office. The other plan is the E1 plan.

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Matt Scherocman

Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) vs. Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Licensing Agreement: What's Best for You?

Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) vs. Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Licensing Agreement: What's Best for You?

EA VS. CSP

Choice is critical in business, but sometimes it’s difficult to determine the best decision for your specific organization. Such is the case when it comes to contracting services for Azure and your other Microsoft cloud applications. For many years, the best choice for larger organizations was signing up for an Enterprise Agreement (EA) directly with Microsoft. However, now there is a new option called Cloud Service Provider (CSP), a contract you can purchase from a certified Microsoft partner.

Both offer similar services and similar pricing. There are advantages and disadvantages to both depending on your size and type of business. So, how do you decide what’s the right choice for your organization? Below is a look at the two options in several key areas.

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Matt Scherocman

Microsoft PowerApps: Quickly Build Custom Business Apps

Microsoft PowerApps: Quickly Build Custom Business Apps

Office 365 can be an incredibly powerful tool. However, there are times when more automation is needed than comes out of the box. Whether it is the need to automate a workflow, simplify a process, or just have an easy to use application, Microsoft PowerApps looks to fill this gap by allowing organizations to easily create their own solutions which can include Office 365, third party, and home grown applications. So, what is PowerApps and how easy is it to use within an organization?

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Matt Scherocman

Microsoft Teams: Collaboration in the Modern Workplace

Microsoft Teams: Collaboration in the Modern Workplace

For any organization, it is incredibly important to have a system in place that enables employees to be efficient and productive. In most cases, employees take it upon themselves to use applications, usually unknown by the organization, to help manage their tasks and collaborate with their teams more efficiently. This presents a big issue for organizations because their employees use unauthorized and potentially unsecured applications, which can result in the data leakage of secured documents. So, how do you enable your employees to collaborate effectively while making sure they are productive? Microsoft has you covered with their approach to the Modern Workplace and their integration of products such as Planner, OneNote, SharePoint, and many others into their collaboration tool Microsoft Teams.

So, what is Microsoft Teams? If you have not already read our blog Microsoft Teams | A Hub for Teamwork in Office 365, it's Microsoft’s new chat-based work space in Office 365 that brings conversations, content, and people together, all in one place, so they can easily collaborate more. It truly feels like the future of workplace collaboration with everything you need built right in.

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