Bets from Facebook Are Made On Microsoft Cloud and Office 365

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Facebook goes by the motto of giving the people the power for sharing and making the world an open and interlinked place. More than 12000 employees make this mission a reality by enabling more than a billion Facebook users to use the application each day. The individuals who make use of Facebook are not centered in one place but instead distributed. To cater to this, Facebook associates are also globally well spread. The productivity gets a boost, that doesn’t take anything away from the paramount elements of efficiency along with security. Office 365 is a comprehensive platform that is able to meet security ideals and standards. The 365 program compliments the work done in offices and helps to evolve drastically. It is a platform that can be globally accessed on major devices, which includes android. Moreover, the 365 edition introduces features that go past PowerPoint word and excel. 


These features are hard to duplicate and imitate, delve via graph from Microsoft brings new intelligence in order to collaborate. The employees can receive additional insights and manage the work among them much better. The feature of knowing the amount of time spent and where it gets spent is very beneficial. The personal analytics and features, including the focused inbox, assist in creating better efficiency, thus increasing productivity in a drastic manner. Microsoft graph is going to be tested for leverage within the tools of Facebook and its services. The employees can be assisted when they are provided the relevant information they most need. With time Microsoft will continue to renovate the office 365 program. Facebook will also continue to benefit from the office program as it buys the capabilities that Microsoft office 365 editions provide. Over time the course of things will change for the better with increased provisions and efficient service.

Robert Williams is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, malware, social engineering, Games, internet and new media. She writes for Ms-Office products at or

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