Microsoft Office 365 has become extremely popular because of the mobility and collaboration it enables. It wasn’t a long time ago when some had written off Office 365 as it struggled to gain market share in the face of intense competition from Google’s rival cloud productivity suite. Today, Office 365 ranks as #1 enterprise cloud service overall and according to our research, 87.3% of enterprises have at least 100 active Office 365 users.

This turnaround shouldn’t come as a total surprise to those paying attention. The Windows Store has a host of useful productivity and business applications. Anytime an app is downloaded, it can be accessed from the Office 365 app launcher. This makes for a superior user experience while ensuring greater workplace efficiency.

However, only 6.8% of corporate users have migrated to Office 365. This is because organizations typically migrate from their on-premises applications to Office 365 in stages in order to gain expertise in managing Office 365 and to address their security considerations before deploying Office 365 to everyone.

We’ve put together this definitive guide to provide guidance and best practices to ensure a smooth deployment while you continue to meet your security, compliance, and governance requirements as data moves to Office 365.

We’ve compiled these best practices in the course of working with over 500 enterprises to enable secure cloud usage that drives business success. We’ve also included a list of common security and compliance questions companies encounter as they migrate to Office 365 and offer detailed guidance on how to best use Office 365’s robust built-in service-level security.

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A set of guidelines and best practices we recommend based on working with over 500 enterprises to securely enable Office 365

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Preview of what to expect in this ebook

As you plan your move to the cloud or look to bolster the security of your Office 365 deployment, here are some common questions that companies encounter:

  1. Which file sharing and collaboration services are in use by which employees?
  2. What industry regulations are we required to meet? How do these requirements translate to how we store and share data in the cloud?
  3. Do we store any data on behalf of EU residents or other individuals whose data is covered by data residency laws?
  4. And much more

As you plan your move to OneDrive or look to bolster the security of your deployment, here are some common questions that companies encounter:

  1. What sensitive data is being uploaded to OneDrive?
  2. How many files have shared links that allow anyone with the link to access or edit the file?
  3. Is sensitive data being shared with third parties outside the company? Are they business partners? Competitors? Personal email accounts?
  4. And much more

Download the eBook to get the complete guide to enabling secure Office 365 usage.