Microsoft Office 365 gets call from Indian companies

Indian companies such as Godrej Industries have adopted the recently updated Microsoft Office 365, which offers to empower customers with anytime, anywhere, and any device productivity.

In a release Microsoft said that apart from Godrej, some of India’s well-known non-profit organizations, education institutes, IT/ITES companies and manufacturing and healthcare organizations including Ascent Yarns, Bakewell Biscuits, BLK Super Speciality Hospital, and iResearch have adopted the MS Office 365.

Office 365 Personal was recently added to complement the existing bouquet comprising Office 365 Home Premium, Office 365 University and Office 365 for businesses, and Office for iPad, supporting the mobility scenario in today’s enterprises.

Office 365 is growing rapidly worldwide, making it the fastest-growing product in Microsoft’s history. As for Office 365 Home Premium, it is already at 3.5 million subscribers, and growing.

Microsoft brings new personalized experiences that integrate social capabilities throughout Office 365. Powering these new user experiences is the Office Graph, a new Office 365 intelligence fabric that remains unseen to the user but constantly analyzes content, interactions and activity streams and maps the relationships using machine learning to intelligently connect and surface the most relevant content to each user.

Further the updated version includes Groups that unify people, conversations, calendars, and files across the 365 suite. It also offers Inline Social, which enables the user to have social conversation inside documents stored in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. Besides, Office 365 Video Portal has been developed to support upload, storage and discovery of videos in a secure manner.

Shailesh Joshi, head,Corporate IT, Godrej Industries, said: “We chose Office 365 to integrate communications between our group companies across India as well as our international entities. With Exchange Online, our email is backed up with service-level agreements, performance guarantees, disaster recovery and assured business continuity.”

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