More Businesses using Microsoft’s Office 365!

Microsoft, Office 365, Red Cross

The Red Crescent Societies and the International Federation of Red Cross (:IFRC) has decide to use the Office 365 from the software giant Microsoft Corp. .  Both entries signed a global Enterprise Agreement based on a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

The reasoning for using the Office software is to supply the IFRC’s National Societies with advanced technologies like cloud computing.  It will also assist in document sharing to their over 1 million workforce, volunteers and staff.  Office 365 will also help reduce their IT expenses through cloud computing by saving their document to the cloud.

Some Red Cross Societies, such as the American Red Cross Society and the Danish Red Cross Society, have already implemented Office 365 successfully.  Other societies are expected to deploy Office 365 soon.

Microsoft’s Office 365 Is a subscription and cloud based software and service.

Microsoft’s Office 365 is gaining traction in the market.  It is being implemented in J. C. Penney Company Inc. as well as the Texas Department of Information Resources.

If you would like to learn more about companies using Office 365, Click Here.

If you would like to learn more about Office  365, Check out our other blog post HERE.

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If you are thinking about implementing Microsoft’s Office 365, and need to train your new employees,  Give us a call at (813)387-3500 or visit our website at http://www.nhtampabay.com to see when our next Microsoft’s Office 365 classes start.

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