Information Management: Connecting and Optimizing Office 365

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K2 recently undertook a survey intended to assess the current adoption, use, and implementation of Office 365 in business.

Microsoft Office 365 is quickly becoming the new cloud platform for office productivity. Businesses need to identify when to use – or not use - Microsoft OneDrive, and determine the role of SharePoint. They are faced with the decision of upgrading to SharePoint Online or opting for 3rd party solutions for document collaboration, document processing, records management, and archiving. If they choose 3rd party solutions, the decision may be one of storing the content in the Microsoft solutions, in a separate repository, or as a hybrid solution across both.

This report presents the findings on the directions and decisions being made in relation to Office 365, add-on products, and how businesses will store and manage their content assets.