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Catching the Wave: Microsoft Cited As A Collaboration Leader

If you have been a faithful reader of our latest blog posts, you may be catching our drift – Microsoft Office 365 has put the tech giant squarely on the map when it comes to enterprise collaboration.

If there was ever any doubt of Microsoft’s return to the Enterprise mantle, one of the world’s most influential research firms has reaffirmed it.

Forrester has tabbed Microsoft as a leader in its 2016 Enterprise Collaboration Wave report – a showcase of the world’s most effective providers for workplace collaboration. Ranked by several factors – market presence, strategy and strength of current offering – Microsoft even outclassed some perennial favorites like IBM, Salesforce, SAP, VMware and Atlassian.

Leading Microsoft’s charge to the top, according to Forrester, is its recent emphasis on enterprise-wide knowledge sharing tools, particularly Yammer – Microsoft’s social network for work, bundled within Office 365. Of late, Yammer has been more deeply integrated into Office 365, and will soon integrate with Office 365 Groups, making it easier for Yammer users to file-share across team sites.

To read the complete Forrester Wave Enterprise Collaboration report, click here.

If you would like to experience the full breadth of Office 365 collaboration tools across your enterprise, Netwoven is happy to help you deploy and optimize the tools in a way that is most suited for your team and its unique use cases.

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Matthew Maher

About Matthew Maher

Matt Maher is a technical architect with Netwoven who has been working with Fortune 500 companies implementing large scale enterprise systems for the last 10 years.

Matt is an early member of the Netwoven team and has helped grow Netwoven from it’s infancy to the current stages. Matt is passionate about User Interface, SharePoint, Social, and Digital Marketing. His leadership and expertise have helped companies build intuitive, highly effective websites and applications.

Matt holds a BS in Computer and Informational Sciences from the University of Massachusetts.


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