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Microsoft SharePoint Online

Office 365 provides organizations with business-class search, portal and content management solutions through Microsoft SharePoint Online. As a cloud-based solution, Office 365 gives users flexible management options and access to all of their applications and everything they need to be more productive in the office or on the go.

Collaborate More Effectively
SharePoint Online lets users work smarter, faster and more efficiently than ever with the ability to share documents, collaborate on projects and organize all of their information

Cut Costs
SharePoint Online runs in the cloud, saving organizations the costs associated with managing their own infrastructure and servers.

Management Made Easy
SharePoint Online is easy to set up through the Office 365 admin console, where you can manage capabilities, policies and security for SharePoint. As a cloud-based solution, upgrades and server maintenance are automatic, so your organization’s SharePoint environment will always be up-to-date.

Dependable Solutions
A guaranteed 99.9% uptime means your SharePoint Online environment is always available.

Safe and Secure
Microsoft’s built-in enterprise-grade Office 365 security safeguards your SharePoint Online environment, so users can connect safely and securely in the office or on the go. Data is protected in Microsoft’s geographically distributed data centers with continuous backup and disaster recovery.

Let’s talk Office 365. Contact SWC today or call 630.572.0240 to learn more about how Office 365 will enable your organization to be more productive than ever.

“The thought leadership around how you architect one of those experiences to make it engaging for the user has proven to be SWC’s strong suit. SWC is not just a technical deliverer, SWC delivers on spirit and dream and intent and all of those other things.”

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What To Expect

While a lot of organizations simply push the cloud without much forethought, it’s important take into consideration a number of technical elements such as backup and retention, scalability, data and service integration; and also business elements such as cost, manageability, and privacy and security. SWC analyzes these elements in determining the appropriate on-premises, cloud, or hybrid SharePoint solution for your business. Want to learn more? Check out Jeff’s blog on on-premises vs. cloud SharePoint solutions or contact us.

The SWC Envisioning Process is intended to provide a pragmatic path to a new and more valuable intranet. The goal is to bring together all of the key stakeholders in an organization to help everyone understand what’s possible, how SharePoint will bring value to the business and create a compelling user experience that drives adoption and success.

Microsoft SharePoint provides a wide variety of features and capabilities that can enable people to work together more effectively. Other Microsoft products, especially Office 365, integrate tightly with SharePoint to provide even more effective ways for teams to get stuff done. SWC focuses on helping clients best leverage the right tools for their particular needs.

Microsoft SharePoint and related products like OneDrive for Business provide modern, web-based tools for working with files and documents. Workers can securely access files remotely, on whatever devices they wish, anywhere and anytime. When offline, local copies can be read, updated and synchronized back with the originals once a network or internet connection is available.

We’ve found that a few key elements really help push SharePoint adoption.

  • Your input: Your SharePoint site should be your own unique reflection of your business that brings together the tools and documents your users most commonly use and look for or have trouble finding currently.
  • Clean, user experience-driven design: The ability for users to quickly find key things like the company phone list, marketing assets, and projects files is a big driver of adoption.
  • Executive buy-in: Having executives use and reference documents from SharePoint encourages usage across the organization.