As a result of poor Office 365 deployment, or from a misunderstanding of what Office 365 really does, many organisations are left struggling to get the most from the infrastructure, at the same time as making little or no use of the many collaboration-rich features and tools that are inclusive.
Often adopted through necessity to replace an ageing or unsupported on-premise Exchange server (email) or to enable easy management of Office licenses (Word, Excel etc), Office 365 is a hugely broad and feature rich application suite that can be utilised for so much more than email and licenses, including as your own organisation-specific Oxygen Digital Workplace – a true home for your companies productivity.
ISAAC are proven experts with many years of Office 365 implementation, migration and user adoption optimisation experience. We routinely help companies extract maximum value from their existing Office 365 environment, optimising user licensing to roles and ensuring everyone throughout your organisation has access to the knowledge required to make your Digital Transformation a success.
- Incorrect licensing resulting in higher than necessary costs.
- Poor implementation leading to connectivity or glitchy performance.
- Lack of or no understanding of broad and inclusive features – missing opportunities.
- Mis-configured or no security resulting in increased Spam and Spoofing attacks.
- Excessive lag in provisioning new users, or worse, in removing permissions for leavers.
- Poor or no user adoption with wider Office 365 feature set.
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