IT pros are our behind-the-scenes heroes.They help businesses choose and implement the right solution and ensure its ongoing success. When stepping to the cloud, they need to find a secure and compliant service. Office 365 not only meets these needs, but Microsoft supports them with a robust solution that makes their jobs easier every day. With a service that they can easily manage and integrate with other business solutions, they are free to discover and create new solutions. IT professionals choosing Office 365 are strategic advisors to their organizations.
Not all services are created equal. See how different a day can be for an IT professional with Office 365, or with Google’s offering. It's a story of choice and ease with Office 365, versus limitations and frustrations with Google Apps. Take a look!
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@Randall Parker: I am glad you recognize these ways IT professionals benefit from Office 365 versus Google. We are both interested in why companies as small as 10 people (http://bit.ly/guKFSB) chose Office 365, after trying Google for free as a very small business.
Imagination Yoga cites better usability and time savings over Google Docs (http://bit.ly/xCmphT). PSI Solutions tried Google Docs and cites mobile access, seamless integration, and a strong email interface (http://bit.ly/IisXwe). Over their previous Google solution, D&L cites strong value for the price and file fidelity (http://bit.ly/omcbco). Naturally Me cites an easy setup, without need for technical assistance, and better reliability than in using Google Docs. (http://bit.ly/ApHWDa).
For more, see the top 10 reasons (http://bit.ly/yfSEvH).
I trialed O365 for 30 days and liked most things but one major show stopper for me was the fact that although I could add several pop3/imap accounts and download their email - it was impossible to send messages "from" those accounts, without a "sent on behalf" message pointing back to the O365 account.
How many of us have more than one email account these days and who wants emails to be sent from a different account? Not me anyway. Fix this and you might get my business.
@gpf: I encourage those evaluating Office 365 with a specific interests such as yours (http://bit.ly/I0B8Mm), to contact the Office 365 community forum (http://bit.ly/ha0RZ3).