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At last week’s Inspire conference in Washington DC, Satya Nadella announced Microsoft 365.
But what is it, and is it more than just a repackaging of existing apps? Our infographic reveals all…
Ensuring your business has a frictionless digital experience for employees leads to engaged, productive staff – and, ultimately, happier customers.
Businesses spend a lot of time thinking about the customer experience – whether that’s delivering an excellent service in person, or creating fulfilling interactions with the business online. But what about the digital experience for employees?
If the day-to-day experience for your workforce is inconsistent with the quality of service they’re expected to deliver to customers, you’re creating a breeding ground for problems. By not providing a great digital experience for your staff, you create issues that bubble just below the surface, harming retention rates for good employees and eating away at your bottom line.
At a fundamental level, employees who feel there’s a discrepancy between their experience of your business and its outward message simply won’t be engaged with their work. At best, that view leads to a cheapening of the experience they deliver to your customers; at worst, it will lead to staff leaving for pastures new.
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Sharing information outside your organisation is an everyday part of doing business. We look at how Office 365 makes external sharing as safe and secure as possible.
It might seem counterintuitive, but instant sharing has made it easier than ever to protect your most sensitive business data.
In the bad old days of sharing documents via USB sticks, burned CD-Rs, and casually-forwarded attachments, data security was virtually non-existent. Beyond sticking a password on your document, you had very few measures to protect it; once data was free of your organisation, it was out of your control. And in the case of staff sharing sensitive material unintentionally – or, worse, maliciously – you were on your own.
Data Loss Prevention
The cloud has changed that for the better. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems – such as the one built into enterprise versions of Office 365 – automatically identify and protect sensitive data, such as credit card details, National Insurance numbers and passport information. Try to share something sensitive, and, depending on policy, you’ll receive a gentle reminder, be stopped in your tracks, or even have the attempt silently logged and flagged up to an administrator.
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