suggested this on April 13, 2011 01:03 pm
Here's a test site with draft page copy - feedback welcome on this, and cloud content in general. Also working on Google Apps copy.
I would make sure that Enterprise of Office 365 is understood. It's not necessarily just for enterprise size companies. It's for SMBs too. Wish that Microsoft would have given it a different name.
Looks good! I might suggest adding under Exchange Online not just email but email, address books, and calendars. This is one of the larger selling points of Exchange.
I agree with the comments above. Otherwise it looks great.
Great content, and, if I might add, curious minds that ask about compliance would benefit from SME content there, such as....
In some recent email conversations with Microsoft Online Services I was given permission to share this statement concerning HIPPA compliance, SAS 70 and Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance.
From the Microsoft Online Services Senior Director of Compliance and Privacy:
Customers often ask whether a service is “HIPAA compliant” but the truth is, a service on its own can’t “be compliant” with HIPAA (or most other regs customers ask about), A service is one component of how a customer manages its compliance obligations, so a service can support compliance, but isn’t itself compliant. Other components include rules or policies customer puts in place in its configuration of the service, people and processes. That being said, Microsoft Online Services have features that customers can use to support their HIPAA compliance, and we rely on the customer to ensure compliance by integrating our feature-set with their organization’s policies and practices. Microsoft Online Services is a conduit of information that includes technical and organizational safeguards to help customers maintain security and prevent unauthorized usage, and Microsoft personnel do not routinely access customer data. For more information about our policies on collection, use and sharing of personal information please read the Microsoft Online Services privacy statement at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=104970. As for SOX, Microsoft Online Services conducts a SAS70 Type II audit every year for the data centers running the services, and intends to conduct a SAS70 Type II audit for BPOS-S in the near future (today, we conduct such an audit for the Dedicated version of the service).
This is just a quick hack I did to Microsoft's Enterprise table, adding the Small Business Plan. "Enterprise" means big to most of us, but 25 users isn't big at all. I think in several places we need to be pointing this out "The solution for 25 or less" and "the solution for 25+" rather than Small Business and Enterprise.
Does this sound like a good idea?
Great enhancement regarding small business vs. enterprise and showing the users!
Here's an updated page
Looks amazing... when can we use this on our site? Even though it is beta, still a fantastic product.
That looks great. Let me know when you are ready to take it live.
Ready now. If you want the content just open a ticket and request it.
You can view the content at: http://office-365-site-demo.prontopreview.com/
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