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Microsoft Office 365. Since migrating from on-prem infrastructure to SaaS, we have seen tremendous productivity gains!
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O365
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Slack and Concur
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Wi dows Tems has become essential.
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Salesforce, essential to all CRM business functions
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Definitely O365 and Teams.
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These days, definitely O365. We rolled out the whole suite during shelter-in-place, and it's become the place that everything happens.
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Okta.
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Microsoft Office 365 without a doubt.  Critical for productivity and collaboration.
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O365.
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Office 365 and salesforce
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Office 365
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Office 365
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Sales Force
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it should be Office 365.
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Slack and Dropbox
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O365 with Skype and Teams
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Zoom. Although Teams adoption is quickly growing in our organization for video conferencing use, Zoom has proven to be a more flexible solution with a superior UI and better options for webinars and virtual conferences.
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I could say O365, but frankly, that would be partially true.  I would have to say that in this post COVID climate, O365 and SolarWinds Service Desk (with a lean toward SWSD) are the main SaaS items we cannot live without.  SWSD provides a LOT of streamlined process and provides the ability to measure productivity.  O365 creates the environment to operate in.
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Office365.  Moving our Exchange environment off premium has been the single best thing we did.  No more down time.
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Definitely has to be Microsoft Office 365. With the suite of tools here its a no brainer to increase productivity within the organization. Not just because of the standard outlook, excel, powerpoint and word but also because of the other newer tools like planner, teams, one drive enable much improved collaboration and productivity.
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Office 365 suite for sure, our web protection proxy and our WAF.
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Office 365
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O365 and Teams/Zoom
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Office365,  Workday
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Salesforce.com, but Microsoft Teams is rapidly climbing in day to tday value
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Slack, Zoom and Google Apps, in this particular order.
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Office 365 and Zoom
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Google mail/apps
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Google Mail & Apps
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Office 365
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Office 365. Includes a lot of useful tools
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Office 365, it includes a lot of useful tools.
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Office 365, it has a lot of useful tools
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O365 (Email, Skype, Sharepoint,Onedrive)
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AWS
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Salesforce... our entire backbone depends on SF-based applications.
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Salesforce... our entire backbone (digital) depends on their tools.
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Salesforce... our entire digital backbone depends on their suite of products.
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365. Microsoft has us under their power now. there is no going back.
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O365. Webex Teams.
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M$ Teams and our other collaboration tools (is Skype)
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Salesforce came to mind first, but Microsoft Office 365 would be ahead of that.......
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Office  and MS Teams stand out by far. Huge increase in collaboration and productivity.
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Zoom!
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Okta, Service Now, and Zoom
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Teams
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Zoom and solarwinds
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Zoom
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ServiceNow
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Microsoft Office 365 - Teams has been a game-changer
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Sales force. We have literally re-engineered business processes around the new productivity gained using Salesforce
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Salesforce - we have literally re-engineered business processes around the new productivity gained by Salesforce features
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Microsoft office 365, Slack
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O365 and ServiceNow
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O365, Teams and Concur
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O365, Teams, Concur
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Office 365
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Slack
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Office 365 -- it is the core communication tool that everyone across the globe uses in our org
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Salesforce
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salesforce, O365
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Microsoft office 365.
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O365
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Microsoft Teams; Google Meet.
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Microsoft Teams, Google Meet;
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Slack
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Microsoft O365
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O365 with Skype for business and Teams
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Microsoft office 365
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slack
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salesforce
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O365 and slack
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Dropbox
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Salesforce
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MS O365
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slack
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Dropbox
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MS Office 365, a CASB tool.
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M365
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In general Office 365 as a business collaboration tool. Rest would be company specific. Whether it's CRM, dervicedesk, financial..... Etc.
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O365
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Slack and Office 365
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Office365 - LOVE IT.
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O365, WebEx
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ERP and Office365
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O365, however license management is a nightmare when you have over 400K employees. Microsoft doesn't exactly make it easy to manage licenses, especially when you're an organization that ramps up and down during peak seasons.
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