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Office 365: The latest and greatest in the cloud

  1. 1. Office 365: The latest and greatest in the cloud
  2. 2. Quick FactsAbout Us Approach Partnerships• 23rd Year • Vendor • Microsoft Gold• Grand Rapids & Independent • VMware Royal Oak • Non-reseller Enterprise• 30 Staff • Professional • Citrix Silver Services Only • Cisco Premier • Novell Gold
  3. 3. Microsoft Gold Partner Competencies Successes PinpointThree Gold Customer Microsoft’s official Excellence Award partner directoryFive Silver Virtual Technical Specialist (VTSP) 5-star rating Managed Partner Numerous Partner Awards
  4. 4. Expertise
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  6. 6. Your PresenterEric InchLead Consultant,Unified Communications& InfrastructureCISSP, MCITP, MCTS, CCA,
  7. 7. Agenda• Overview of Office 365• Technologies• Identity options• Versions• Solutions comparisons
  8. 8. • Email • Word Processing• Contacts • Electronic• Calendaring Spreadsheets• Task Management • Presentation• Instant Messaging Software• Presence • Document Awareness Management• PC to PC audio / • Web Conferencing video • Intranet Sites• Unified Messaging • Cloud Storage
  9. 9. Exchange Online• 25 GB mailbox• Resource and shared mailboxes• Deleted item/mbx recovery – 14 days / 30 days• Exchange Online protection – Hosted mail hygiene• Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync, Outlook Web Access• Blackberry Internet Service• Rich Co-existence
  10. 10. Migration Strategies• Cut-over migration – Mailbox sync• Staged migration – Pilot groups – Rich co-existence• IMAP• Third-party migration tools – MigrationWiz – Quest Migrator
  11. 11. Hybrid• On-premises with hosted• Seamless co-existence• Free/busy sharing• Unified global address list• SMTP routing
  12. 12. Exchange Online (cont.)• Secure mail routing between on-premises and Exchange Online organizations.• Mail routing with a shared domain namespace.• A unified global address list (GAL), also called a “shared address book.”• Free/busy and calendar sharing between on-premises and Exchange Online organizations.• Centralized control of inbound and outbound mail flow.• A single Microsoft Office Outlook Web App URL for both the on-premises and Exchange Online organizations.• Remote mailbox move• Centralized mailbox management using on-premises admin center (EAC).• Message tracking, MailTips, and multi-mailbox search between on- premises and Exchange Online organizations.• Cloud-based message archiving for on-premises Exchange mailboxes. Exchange Online Archiving can be used with a hybrid deployment.
  13. 13. Lync Online• Instant messaging – Internal – Federation• Presence• Conferencing• HybridEnterprise voice for Lync Online on 18-monthroadmap.
  14. 14. Lync Clients• Lync client – Status • Available, Away, Busy, Do Not Disturb – Status change alerts – Privacy Relationship – Federation / Public IM connectivity• Mobility – Communication anywhere – Smart phones, tablets, computers – Remote access
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Hybrid• Lync Online 2013• ADFS and DirSync• Supported topology – Completely Lync 2013 on-premise – Lync 2010 with Lync 2013. Edge and next hop either Lync 2013 or Lync 2010 with latest CU – OCS 2007 R2 with Lync 2013. Edge and next hop is Lync 2013• Users first created on-premise then migrated to Lync Online• SRV records pointed to on-premises Lync Edge• Migration considerations 1. User contacts - 250 limit 2. Instant messaging and presence - User contact lists and groups are migrated 3. Conferencing data, meeting content, and scheduled meetings – Not migrated
  17. 17. Lync Hybrid• Functionality – Integration with on-premise PBX – Exchange hosted UM – Hold/retrieve, transfer, call forwarding – Media bypass – Lync phone edition• Limitations – No response groups – Remote call control – Call center integration
  18. 18. SharePoint Online• Document Management – Versioning – Workflows• Project or team sites• Discussion boards, Wiki, calendars• Business Intelligence• Public web• Office web apps
  19. 19. SharePoint Server SharePoint Online Standard Enterprise Plan 1 Plan 2Apps App Catalog and Marketplace X X X X Team Sites X X X X Work Management X X X XCollaboration Social X X X X External Sharing X X Basic Search X X X XSearch Standard Search X X X X Enterprise Search X X Content Management X X X XContent Management Records Management X X X X E-discovery, ACM, Compliance X X Excel Services, PowerPivot, X XBusiness Intelligence PowerView Scorecards & Dashboards X Access Services X X X Visio Services X XBusiness Solutions Form Based Application X X SharePoint 2013 Workflow X X X Business Connectivity Services X X X
  20. 20. Identity OptionsCloud ID Cloud ID + DirSync Federated IDs + DirSyncPros Pros Pros• No servers required on- • Users accounts • SSO with corporate premise administered on-premise credentials • Allows for co-existence • Accounts administeredCons scenarios on-premise• No SSO • Users on-premise• Separate credentials, Cons password policy different password • No SSO • Allows for hybrid policies • Separate credentials, scenarios different password policies Cons • Single server • Additional server deployment infrastructure
  21. 21. Single Sign-on• AD username and password• Hybrid scenarios• Requirements – Active Directory DirSync – Active Directory Federations Services
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. SkyDrive• Cloud storage• Sharing files – 3D!7182&authkey=!ANg6vx8Qz61jlYc• Multiple devices – Computer, tablet, phone• Automatic uploading from SkyDrive folders• Web Apps
  24. 24. Versions MidSize E1 E3 E4# Users 300 Unlimited Unlimited UnlimitedOffice Web Apps X X X XIM/Presence X X X XWeb Conferencing X X X XPublic Web X X X XSpam/Malware X X X XAD Integration X X X XSite Mailboxes X X X XAdvanced Email X XeDiscovery X XHosted UM X XBusiness Intelligence X XLync Server On-prem XPricing (user/month) $15 $8 $20 $22
  25. 25. Academic Pricing
  26. 26. Solution Comparison • Office 365 vs Google AppsOffice 365Exchange Online GmailLync Online Google TalkSharePoint Online Google SitesOffice Web Apps Google DocsSkyDrive Drive
  27. 27. Office 365: Value Proposition and DifferentiatorsOffering Strategy Microsoft Google Apps Full suite of offerings serving low cost, Single offering with a “one-size-fits-all” basic needs up to and including approach for every type of user Enterprise Information Workers needing the richest capabilities. Richest Software Microsoft Google Apps Richer set of capabilities, including SaaS providing basic capabilities Office, providing the best experience across the PC, Phone & Browser Choice & Flexibility Microsoft Google Apps Seamless integration with On-premises No On-premises options; integration solutions taking advantage of existing provided through 3rd parties or custom technologies (e.g. RMS, Active coding Directory)
  28. 28. Office 365: Strategy for Diverse Needs Offering Strategy Microsoft Google Apps Full suite of offerings Single offering with a “one-size-fits-all” • Messaging • Messaging • Messaging • Collaboration • Collaboration • Collaboration • Basic productivity • Basic productivity • Basic productivity • Virtual meeting • Virtual meeting • Virtual meeting • Fidelity with Office • Fidelity with Office • Fidelity with Office documents documents documents • Option for Office Pro • Option for Office Pro • Option for Office Pro Plus Plus Plus • 24x7 Support & • 24x7 Support & financially backed financially backed SLA SLA • Advanced • Advanced Collaboration Collaboration • Unified Messaging • Unified Messaging • Finer Grained IT • Finer Grained ITKEY: Also provided by Google Apps Control Control • Kiosk Offerings • Kiosk Offerings • Voice (PBX, Call Control)
  29. 29. Thank YouRoyal Oak Grand Rapids306 S. Washington Ave. 15 Ionia SWSuite 212 Suite 270Royal Oak, MI 48067 Grand Rapids, MI 49503(248) 546-1800 (616) 776-1600