Enterprise adoption blueprint for Microsoft 365 Cloud

Enterprise Transformation with the Microsoft Cloud

The synthesis of Microsoft 365 and Azure Cloud offers a single platform for end-to-end digital transformation

As the name suggests this guide describes a Microsoft 365 adoption strategy for large enterprise organizations.

The Enterprise edition of Microsoft 365 is specifically designed for larger organizations, and can be combined with Azure Cloud services for a single, whole solution to enterprise scale transformation requirements.

Through Dynamics, AI-enhanced collaboration apps, Cloud PCs and the unlimited customization potential with Azure, it can meet the full spectrum of enterprise teams and business application needs. With the Frontline edition it has been tailored for organizations with large bodies of shift work employees, such as Healthcare, Call Center and Retail.

Our guide explains best practices for enterprise adoption of 365 in these types of scenarios, and details a blueprint of the combination of processes and applications required to achieve organization-wide agility and high performance teams.


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Case Study Showcase

Exemplar Showcase Series

Our case study series showcases how enterprise organizations from across many different industries are leveraging 365 to power their digital transformation and agile team working.

Featuring case studies from Crocs shoes to Banking, we document best practices of real-world lessons learned, describing key insights covering team working practices, application features and infrastructure design.

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