Network Alliance helps fuel the Office365 revolution

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July 9, 2014 - PRLog -- Network Alliance, an established national ICT service provider, in association with its partner Microsoft South Africa, recently hosted an interactive session focused on the application of Microsoft Office365 to boost business operation on 04 June at Microsoft South Africa in Bryanston, Johannesburg.

Network Alliance was named Drive Control Corporation (DCC) and Dell SA’s Largest Enterprise Reseller for 2014. The Company has initiated an active marketing campaign to help businesses identify the business-building benefits of the Microsoft Office365 offering.

In early June the Company hosted an information session themed Office365 Revolution to provide business leaders with insight from seasoned ICT professionals on how this technology can transform processes and procedures that make up the modern-styled business operation.

Event organisers were careful to underline the fact that Microsoft Office365 is a brand that represents the software giant’s public cloud service that consists of six products, three hosted and three traditional cloud offerings. Microsoft Office365 is designed to address the way IT is acquired and used.

The availability of Microsoft Office365 across multiple devices, social integration, security, server environments and features like information rights management were also identified.

Nick Keene, Cloud Sales Manager at Microsoft SA, presented the topic The New Frontier for your Business, an overview of what Office365 means for your Business.

Keene explained the ‘New Office’concept and how Microsoft SA is optimising technology to accommodate new devices and how Office is being made available for a range of devices, including iPad and Android.

“The idea behind this session was to ‘immerse’ our audience in the benefits of Office365, to identify how features and value added offerings can be used to enhance operations and unlock new revenue opportunities,” explains Raymond Wright, MD at Network Alliance.

“We believe we achieved the objectives we set out and provided insight into how businesses can leverage off Microsoft infrastructure to enhance operations and strengthen operations,” he said.

Wright believes that offerings like Microsoft Office365 address the business need for collaborative technology and for the ability to take on hybrid cloud models, to strengthen the server environment, to safeguard security and licensing and much more.
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