August 13, 2021
Score 9 out of 10
Microsoft Office 365 (Cloud)
Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
Microsoft 365 is what my company relies on for creating spreadsheets, text files, preparing presentations and much more. It's amazing how handy the Office suite comes in handy and it's a must have on every computer nowadays. We also use SharePoint to collaborate on teams' files.
Recently we started using OneDrive included in Microsoft 365 to backup users' files into the cloud.
- Real-time collaboration between users
- Integration with AD, allowing managers to use security groups to manage licensing
- Backup to the cloud using OneDrive
- The installation package wouldn't work sometimes
- Users constantly have to re-authenticate to on OneDrive (keeps signing out)
- Integration with Macs, sometimes OneDrive and other components of suite are a bit clunky
- OneDrive backup to the cloud
- SharePoint collaboration
- All the spreadsheet and text handling
- Time/money saving with automatic backups to the cloud
- Made it way easier to collaborate, saving time and efforts because users didn't have to send and wait for files
- Webmail improvements received many positive feedback
Microsoft 365 is a package with everything any user will need if they want to have quality of life on the enterprise environment. It's a complete suite capable of handling text, spreadsheets, slideshows, storage in the cloud, email service with great looking UI and improved storage/retention policies, as well as ease for handling technical matters that the on-prem version of exchange won't have.
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As we all know, spreadsheets have been live savers for all kinds of people, from the ones who deal with complicated math to the ones who just want to manage inventory in a simple way. Adding to that, Microsoft 365 has text and slide tools, as well as OneDrive, which we can use for backing up files to the cloud automatically and SharePoint which can be used for collaboration across the company.