White papers related to "Microsoft Office"
Business management solution users spend most of their time ?heads down? in the business application, but they also need to use communication and desktop productivity tools. Thus, business solutions need familiar, easy-to-learn user interfaces. They need to be ?process-centric? and role-based. And they need to provide a bridge between the worlds of structured business applications and unstructured desktop productivity software.
Related to Microsoft Office: Office Productivity Suite, Microsoft, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
To meet the challenges of our global, information-based economy, employees and teams must work more efficiently and effectively with information. Solving these challenges requires tools and technology to manage vast amounts of data, facilitate information flow, and simplify the ways people work together. The technologies that comprise the 2007 Microsoft? Office system can help your company achieve these goals. Learn how.
Related to Microsoft Office: Collaboration and Groupware, Content Management, Content Management System (CMS for Web Presentation), Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Knowledge Management and Collaboration, Workflow Automation, Workflow Management, Microsoft
This white paper highlights the key challenges facing the manufacturing industry, and discusses how the 2007 Microsoft? Office system can help maximize employee contributions and enhance business performance with innovative and powerful enterprise capabilities.
Related to Microsoft Office: Knowledge Management and Collaboration, Manufacturing Management, Office Productivity Suite, Spreadsheet, Microsoft
Before you begin implementing Microsoft? Office SharePoint? Server 2007, familiarize yourself with the product?s design and features. This guide walks you through key feature areas, highlighting additions and improvements to portal, search, content management, business forms and integration, and business intelligence (BI). It also includes resources for evaluating Microsoft? Office SharePoint? Server 2007, as well as implementation considerations for administrators and developers.
Related to Microsoft Office: Business Intelligence (BI), Content Management, Document Management, Microsoft
To address the needs of customers as well as emerging workplace trends, Microsoft focused the design of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 around four key goals. They are: working more efficiently with better results, collaborating with others across boundaries, making better use of information, and streamlining processes and controlling content. These goals correspond to long-term investment areas that Microsoft began with Microsoft Office 2003 and continues to focus on today.
Related to Microsoft Office: Collaboration and Groupware, E-mail Management, Knowledge Management and Collaboration, Office Application and Automation, Microsoft
Collaborative tools are becoming essential to sharing data in today?s office environment. You need a solution that can grow to accommodate new projects and uses?and a storage system that is flexible enough to meet initial demands and adapt to changes. Find out how a multiple-node storage area network (SAN) can maximize the scalability and functionality of your collaboration tools, and ease storage administration.
Related to Microsoft Office: Collaborative Work, Data Management and Analysis, Electronic Distribution and Storage, IT Infrastructure, Network Management, SAN/NAS/RAID, Storage Area Network (SAN), Storage Management, Tape Storage, LeftHand Networks, Finance and Insurance, Information, Manufacturing
Having the right information in the right place at the right time is critical to the success of any business, but it can be difficult to achieve if you?re not using the right software tools. Together, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Office form a tool that connects information with people?as well as with the processes organizations use every day.
Related to Microsoft Office: Microsoft, Information
Microsoft Dynamics is a business management solution designed to allow your employees to customize and automate their Microsoft Office system user interface according to their preferences and work styles. Microsoft Dynamics helps your employees and your business work more efficiently?giving you a faster return on investment and an effective and profitable business.
Related to Microsoft Office: Data Management and Analysis, Database Management System (DBMS), IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Microsoft, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting, Other Services (except Public Administration), Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
This white paper highlights the key challenges facing the financial services industry, and discusses how the 2007 Microsoft? Office system can help financial institutions affect business performance with innovative and powerful enterprise capabilities that extend far beyond improving personal productivity.
Related to Microsoft Office: Office Productivity Suite, Practices and Business Issues, Microsoft, Finance and Insurance
This white paper highlights key challenges facing the professional services industry, and discusses how the 2007 Microsoft? Office system can help professional services firms enhance business performance by maximizing employee contributions. It also offers examples of firms realizing business impact from their early use of the 2007 Office system, which provides innovative and powerful enterprise-scale capabilities that extend far beyond improving personal productivity.
Related to Microsoft Office: Business Performance Management (BPM), Professional Services Management, Microsoft
This white paper presents the results of a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft Corporation to help IT organizations considering adopting the 2007 Microsoft? Office system anticipate the impact of the new Microsoft Office Fluent? user interface on their end users. The results are based on an online survey of 749 IT decision makers from companies piloting or deploying the 2007 Office system.
Related to Microsoft Office: Office Application and Automation, Office Productivity Suite, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Wordprocessor, Microsoft
When it comes to acquiring business intelligence, small to medium-sized companies are often at a disadvantage. Compared to larger companies, they may lack the resources to process data and turn it into business insight, or their systems may not be able to keep pace with organizational growth. This can severely limit their ability to compete?and ultimately, to survive.
Related to Microsoft Office: Business Intelligence (BI), Microsoft
The small to midsize market for enterprise applications is already growing. Small to midsize businesses (SMBs) are looking for practical solutions that offer full capabilities at a quick return on investment (ROI). Vendors responding to SMB requirements now offer solutions with rapid implementation, Microsoft Office integration, and mobile support. Find out more about what enterprise application vendors are offering?and what you should be looking for.
Related to Microsoft Office: Decision Making, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Middleware, Practices and Business Issues, Return on Investment (ROI), Software Selection, Oracle
Many companies have begun to appreciate the value of their information assets and have taken a strategic view of information management, including the interoperability of their intranets. A core functionality of any intranet?especially with a large number of Microsoft Office documents?is search. Find out more about the issues surrounding search, to find out whether SharePoint or another search application is best for you.
Related to Microsoft Office: Content Management, Content Management System (CMS for Web Presentation), Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Enterprise Information Portal (EIP), Intranet Management/Development, Knowledge Management and Collaboration, Office Application and Automation, Search Server, ISYS Search Software
Executive teams are under great pressure to maximize profitability, reduce costs, minimize risk, and improve stakeholder confidence. To be effective, they need reliable, up-to-date financial and operational data for planning purposes as well as budgeting, forecasting, analysis, and statutory and management reporting. Learn about software solutions that can help your organization plan, forecast, and budget more effectively.
Related to Microsoft Office: Budgeting, Financial Planning, and Analysis, End-User Query and Reporting, Forecasting, SAP