Below you can find the content of our last webinar - Understanding the Office 365 features for GDPR compliance, which happened on the 20th of September.
Microsoft has been constant improving the online experience for Excel. From a basic spreadsheet viewer tool, it became a proper spreadsheet editor which you can use from any computer with an internet connection and share with your colleagues.
The May 25th is over and all the buzz about getting ready for the GDPR has now gone. The new era of the Data Protection Regulation just started in Europe and the question now is does your business GPDR compliant right now?
One of the main requests from the Excel community was finally addressed by Microsoft. Now users of Office 365 can deselect cells or a range from a current selection. The feature works either for PC and Mac. Users who deal with large amount of data are the ones how most benefit of the feature.
There is no doubt that flexibility in the work environment is something that works for almost everybody. But while some job roles require people in the office most of the time, some of them can be more flexible so being able to work remotely work is very helpful. But the key to allow your workforce to work from home, is to provide the right tools to do it. Microsoft Office 365 is certainly one of the best options if you are looking for more flexibility and control. It has been recognised as the number 1 cloud business application among enterprises around the world.
Security still one of the main concerns in most of the companies, with threats on the increase and a greater need to keep data secure. And email is a common source of cyber attacks and an important gateway to many businesses. Given it’s often the main method of communication within companies, it’s important to have it secure. But with Office 365’s built in security, it won’t require a massive undertaking from your IT team to do so. Office 365 uses the latest technologies to keep email data private and protected from threats. These features are all built-in and update itself automatically, it means minimal involvement for the IT team. So, they can focus on what really matters.
Below you can find the 6 main ways Office 365 keeps your company protected and safe.
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