Microsoft is making changes to Outlook on the move

In business, the first application most workers launch is email. For most, email means Microsoft Outlook. It is where they share information via messages, view attachments, find contacts and schedule meetings. Increasingly these interactions need to be done on the move, using mobile apps. Case in point: half of all emails are now read first on a mobile device, so mobile is a big battle ground for Microsoft and Outlook.

Ram Tagher
Product Manager Debuts Collage

The reality of the Digital Workplace is upon us.  This Digital Workplace is being driven by the proliferation of mobile devices for work and the widespread availability of business cloud services. While these new tools provide anytime, anywhere access to workers to important business information, their success could also spell their downfall.  Why’s that? Simple – the more services you subscribe to, the more disjointed your experience becomes.

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

New Forrester Study Details Optimal User Experience for the Future Workplace

“The engagement workplace is an integrated knowledge worker experience that enables an end-user experience that helps workers focus on their jobs by integrating multiple investments, including employee self-provisioned (cloud-based) applications, collaboration applications, and line of business applications, which are all mobile enabled and all in the context of business results.”
David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy and MobileIron Presents: Customer Case Study - Taking Mobile in Banking to a New Level with NIBC

Register to attend the MobileIron Customer Case Study webinar with Wybe Koolstra, NIBC Innovation Manager, Digital Workspace, and Didier Jansen, MobileIron Channel Manager, Benelux.

From private equity to investment, NIBC, a Dutch enterprise bank, offers a host of services to its clients.

Idan Hershkovich
Director of Marketing Funnels

Project Management & 2015

How did get into Project Management?

Well, we have seen more and more customers using SharePoint and increasingly Office 365 for project management.

In a real time survey, during last week’s live webinar attended by 295 SharePoint administrators, architects and managers, 62% of the audience indicated that they are using SharePoint and Office 365 for project management.

Ram Tagher
Product Manager


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