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It’s a great story: your business desperately needs email and collaboration to be successful, but let’s face it: Exchange and SharePoint are far from easy to implement or run. To the rescue come …

It’s a great story: your business desperately needs email and collaboration to be successful, but let’s face it: Exchange and SharePoint are far from easy to implement or run. To the rescue come Microsoft’s Office365 offering, allowing you to buy that critical email and collaboration functionality as a utility, just like you do electricity or water, and you don’t have to have an IT geek to pull it off!

But as easy as Office365 makes this, it’s still not a piece of cake to pull it off and fall in love with what you have. Because it’s such a simple and compelling story, there’s a tendency to gloss over, ignore, or fail to allow for some minor issues and limitations that can unfortunately add up to irritation, frustration, or even worse, a loss of productivity and profit.

This session is less about the numerous benefits and features of the new Office365 offerings from Microsoft Online Services and more about how you need to be able to identify the small things that can trip you up and be prepared to address them proactively. It will show you how to consider some of the unexpected solutions you need to have in place to implement a cloud-based solution for business communication and collaboration and how to make sure that the possible opportunities present in Office365 can be realized by your organization without pain, frustration, or failure.

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  • 1. and Why That’s Difficult
  • 2. Blog: http://www.MyCentralAdmin.comTwitter: @ferringer
  • 3.  3 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
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  • 6. Improved New Identity Platform New Server Platforms Administration• Single Sign-In (SSO) • Exchange 2010, • Role-based access• Federated identity SharePoint 2010, control• Live ID infrastructure Lync 2010 • Remote PowerShell• Microsoft Federation • Architected from the • Extended control Gateway ground up for multi- panels tenancy • Self-serve user admin • Server-service parity • More settings / • Improved coexistence options exposed to • Native migration tools admin. 7 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
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  • 8. • SharePoint Online Developer Guide• MSDN SharePoint Online Resource Center 9 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
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  • 13.  SharePoint Standard: $15.50  Server License: $4600 per user   Server: $1500 x 2 servers = $3000 SQL Server 2008 Std: $2000 per month SharePoint Online:  User CALs: $90 x 100 users = $9000 a year $4.00 Exchange Standard: $7.17  Server License: $1100 per user Exchange Online:  Server: $1500 per month $4.00  User CALs: $60 x 100 = $6000 a year Lync Standard: $6.14 Lync Online: $2.00   Server License: $670 Server: $1500 per user  SQL Server 2008 Std: $2000 per month $9,600  User CALs: $32 x 100 = $3200 a yearTotal Cost $34,570 Per Year 14 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
  • 14.     … hold that thought 16 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
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  • 27. Blog: http://www.MyCentralAdmin.comTwitter: @ferringer
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  • 29. Thanks to Our Sponsors! Platinum 32 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012
  • 30. Thanks to Our Sponsors! 33 | SharePoint Saturday Ozarks 2012

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