365 is Good for 366 Days A Year (for my yeap lear friends)
December 19, 2020

365 is Good for 366 Days A Year (for my yeap lear friends)

Ed Romaine | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft 365 Business Premium

Microsoft 365 [Business Premium] is being used throughout our entire organization. It allows for using multiple devices and creates a good workflow environment. Individuals use the suite of products for their projects, but easily make these files open to collaboration, discussion and overall improvement of the work product. The more the organization understands its capabilities the more they will implement and the higher the quality and quantity of work becomes. One negative (not so much 365 but Microsoft) is less popular features in programs are periodically given new names and icons... just because a programmer feels like it and good luck figuring out where they hid it and what's it called now. Likewise, creating floating pallets/ribbons would be a very useful tool. As well as being able to share ribbon personalization's to a team/company.
  • Ability to work on multiple machines
  • Always have your work accessible
  • Able to share and discuss in real time with your team
  • Stop changing feature names and icons
  • Create floating pallets/ribbons
  • Allow personalization of the ribbon to be deployed to individuals, teams and companies
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased accuracy of final products
  • Allowed for greater creativity because of team flows
Much better than Google docs platform.

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Works great in any business environment. Might be overkill for personal use, kind of like killing a mosquito with a bomb. It's there, but probably overkill. I can't think of a business application that it would be bad for. Certainly a better solution than the Google platform (I hate that).