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New York State Chooses Office 365
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aboba0
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aboba0,
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8/21/2013 | 5:31:39 PM
re: New York State Chooses Office 365
Not reported in this story, and something that concerns me, is document accessibility. What format will documents be stored in and what provisions for ensuring access now and in the future?

I've gone through plenty of system changes over the years and orphaning documents always seems to happen.

This is a state system with a huge user base (both the producers, state workers, and the consumers, state workers and citizens). No mention at all in the story of how document accessibility will be addressed for the user base to ensure continued availability now and in the future.

In my view a very weak report about the situation because it makes no attempt to inform about a hugely significant component of living with the system.
KawiMan
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8/21/2013 | 5:14:58 PM
re: New York State Chooses Office 365
Exchange 365 is a POS!!! Ever since our exchange server was replaced by Office 365, our email has been slow, unreliable (especially with attachments). I would never recommend this to anyone.
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8/21/2013 | 9:28:49 AM
re: New York State Chooses Office 365
And you suppose there will be accessibilty neutrality to competitor's services over different os? The fall of win 8 will mean the fall of 365... btw, there where mostly ms office licenses being replaced in this move, so most of the money spared by the Big Apple are net loss for ms... genius ballmer strickes back...


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