Office 365: How to Get a Foothold in the Cloud

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  • 1. Office 365: Get a foothold in the cloud
  • 2. Quick Facts About Us • 24th Year • Grand Rapids & Detroit • 30 Staff Approach • Vendor Independent • Non-reseller • Professional Services Only Partnerships • Microsoft Gold • VMware Enterprise • Citrix Silver • Cisco Premier • Novell Gold
  • 3. Microsoft Gold Partner Pinpoint Competencie s Successes
  • 4. Get Social with C/D/H @cdhtweetstech /cdhtech /company/cdh cdhtalkstech.co m
  • 5. Your Presenter Gil Lalo Director of Client Services: Enterprise Architecture MSc, CPEHR, CPHIT, CPHIMS gill@cdh.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/gillalo
  • 6. Agenda • Overview of Office 365 • Technologies • Identity options • Versions • Solutions comparisons
  • 7. • Email • Contacts • Calendaring • Task Management • Instant Messaging • Presence Awareness • PC to PC audio / video • Unified Messaging • Word Processing • Electronic Spreadsheets • Presentation Software • Document Management • Web Conferencing • Intranet Sites • Cloud Storage
  • 8. • 25 GB mailbox • Resource and shared mailboxes • Deleted item/mailbox recovery – 14 days / 30 days • Exchange Online protection – Hosted mail hygiene • Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync, Outlook Web Access • Blackberry Internet Service • Rich Co-existence
  • 9. Hybrid • On-premises with hosted • Seamless co-existence • Free/busy sharing • Unified global address list • SMTP routing
  • 10. • Instant messaging – Internal – Federation • Presence • Conferencing • Hybrid Enterprise voice for Lync Online on 18-month roadmap.
  • 11. Lync Conferencing • PowerPoint, whiteboard, desktop sharing • Gallery view – Multiple video streams up to five participants – HD Video up to 1080P in multiparty conferences • Presenter only video mode / video spotlight • Video preview • OneNote
  • 12. • Document management – Versioning – Workflows • Project or team sites • Discussion boards, wiki, calendars • Business intelligence • Public web • Office web apps
  • 13. Identity Options Cloud ID Cloud ID + DirSync Federated IDs + DirSync Pros • No servers required on- premise Cons • No SSO • Separate credentials, different password policies Pros • Users accounts administered on-premise • Allows for co-existence scenarios Cons • No SSO • Separate credentials, different password policies • Single server deployment Pros • SSO with corporate credentials • Accounts administered on-premise • Users on-premise password policy • Allows for hybrid scenarios Cons • Additional server infrastructure
  • 14. Single Sign-on • AD username and password • Hybrid scenarios • Requirements – Active Directory DirSync – Active Directory Federations Services
  • 15. Office Web Apps • Browser-based versions of Office – Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote • View and edit documents from devices • Store and share documents – Local Office not required • SharePoint Online and SkyDrive
  • 16. • Cloud storage • Sharing files • Multiple devices – Computer, tablet, phone • Automatic uploading from OneDrive folders • Web Apps
  • 17. Academic Pricing
  • 18. Solution Comparison Office 365 vs. Google Apps Office 365 Exchange Online Gmail Lync Online Google Talk SharePoint Online Google Sites Office Web Apps Google Docs SkyDrive Drive
  • 19. Office 365: Value Proposition and Differentiators Richest Software Microsoft Google Apps Richer set of capabilities, including Office, providing the best experience across the PC, Phone & Browser SaaS providing basic capabilities Microsoft Google Apps Seamless integration with On-premises solutions taking advantage of existing technologies (e.g. RMS, Active Directory) No On-premises options; integration provided through 3rd parties or custom coding Choice & Flexibility Microsoft Google Apps Full suite of offerings serving low cost, basic needs up to and including Enterprise Information Workers needing the richest capabilities. Single offering with a “one-size-fits-all” approach for every type of user Offering Strategy
  • 20. Office 365: Strategy for Diverse Needs Microsoft Google Apps Full suite of offerings Single offering with a “one-size-fits-all” Offering Strategy • Messaging • Collaboration • Basic productivity • Virtual meeting • Fidelity with Office documents • Option for Office Pro Plus • Messaging • Collaboration • Basic productivity • Virtual meeting • Fidelity with Office documents • Option for Office Pro Plus • 24x7 Support & financially backed SLA • Advanced Collaboration • Unified Messaging • Finer Grained IT Control • Kiosk Offerings • Messaging • Collaboration • Basic productivity • Virtual meeting • Fidelity with Office documents • Option for Office Pro Plus • 24x7 Support & financially backed SLA • Advanced Collaboration • Unified Messaging • Finer Grained IT Control • Kiosk Offerings • Voice (PBX, Call Control) KEY: Also provided by Google Apps
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