Office 365 - A 360° approach to template management
Office 365 migration opens up a variety of new possibilities for your enterprise, such as more flexibility in your IT infrastructure. Templafy seamlessly integrates with Office 365 to ensure an organization-wide, 360° template management during and after the migration.
Why is Templafy relevant for Office 365 users?
More and more companies are migrating to the cloud and Office 365.
In the process, these issues must be taken into account:
1) Your current template system may stop working.
2) Your employees need access to company templates and content from all devices and platforms.
3) Maintaining and updating templates and content will be far more complex because of the many access points.
Why You Need a 360° Approach to Template Management
Office 365 is more than just online versions of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Most Premium and Enterprise plans include features like Exchange server, mobile apps, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business. It becomes obvious that your Office 365 templates need to be able to accommodate all these different scenarios. Office 365 migration projects can run into issues whereby company templates no longer work.
Templafy embrases all cloud-based solutions — like Office 365. We can integrate Templafy as a SharePoint app in SharePoint Online, thereby giving access to templates and content directly from within the browser to the corporate templates and content, but also to existing users if the company wants to start embracing and foster the use of SharePoint Online.
When inside a document library, Templafy offers users a very intuitive, easy way to create a new document and place it in the right location, something that has always been a problem when working with Office and SharePoint. Users weren’t sure where to place the document, they simply didn’t understand how to save it back to SharePoint. That has become much easier with Templafy.
What is Office 360?
The term “Office 360” suggests that someone has mistyped when writing something about Microsoft’s “Office 365”-services. This is a very common mistake. 10% of all searches on Google is directed at “Office 360”, when people were actually searching for “Office 365”.
If you’re interested in knowing more about Microsoft’s Office 365, read more here: Microsoft Office 365