Last week, Microsoft introduced Office 365, the next generation in cloud productivity that brings together Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online. With Office 365, people can work together more easily from anywhere on virtually any device, while collaborating with others inside and outside their organization in a simple and highly secure way.
Thanks to Office 365, organizations of all sizes and people in all types of jobs will be able to use enterprise-grade collaboration tools, social networks, and unified communications to improve the way they work. Office 365 is available based on company size and business needs for just a few dollars per user per month.
In order to simplify its offering, Microsoft is replacing its Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS), Office Live Small Business and [email protected] with Office 365.
So how does the introduction of Office 365 affect your CRM software decision making?
Not only would Office 365 provide your organization with a hosted and easily updatable infrastructure on which to run your new customer relationship management (CRM) solution, but Microsoft has also announced that
By implementing Dynamics CRM Online as part of the Office 365 family you can leverage a more complete business productivity experience.
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