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Pros
"Easy to work with the solution."

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"The most valuable feature is the integration with OneDrive, which has allowed us, a small business, easy access to a cloud environment, with no need to back up the data from five different computers.""The integration with other applications is pretty good.""The solution is quite intuitive and easy to use.""My primary use case is for preparing presentations to teach, often on PowerPoint.""The products are quite simple for the end-users to use, the up-time is very good, the product is practically maintenance-free, and the multi-layer security is excellent from the security standpoint.""It's nice that it's an all-in-one solution and everything is all in one place.""I love all of the applications being interlinked. I do not have to separately work on an independent system when it comes to file storage, email, and other tools.""I like all of the features."

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Cons
"Programming model could be improved, it's a monolithic solution."

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"Integration between Outlook calendar and Google Calendar would be a good improvement since many of our team use Android phones and personal Gmail accounts as their main calendar application.""If two people update the same file, it causes issues.""I'm not sure if there are areas of improvement. For us, it's working quite well.""In terms of improvement, it should have tutorials when you first have the opportunity to use it, to be able to really learn it.""The online applications have limited functionality compared to the local applications.""The one big problem with the solution is if you are presenting in Teams and someone puts their hand up, you don't get a notification. If you are running a meeting and just presenting you don't know that people have their hands up and want to ask a question.""I started working a lot on Microsoft Teams and I find it a bit vast. It should be divided out a bit so that someone can use it for basic functionality, like audio, video, and calls. Then, if someone wants more advanced functionality for file sharing and team creation, and so on, they could use a separate app.""In the next release, I would like to have a more intuitive tutorial."

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"The pricing is high and has actually caused us to limit the number of licenses we purchase due to budgeting.""I think that we pay $9.99 USD per user, monthly."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: Easy to work with the solution.
Top Answer: The programming model could be improved, it's a monolithic solution and that's what we don't like. Some features are badly defined in the solution. It's difficult integrating so we're forced to… more »
Top Answer: In general, we work a lot with software requests by our customers, mainly enterprise companies. Typically, our clients are in supplies and they require a complex web portal. They are demanding in… more »
Top Answer: Quarantine email alerts to users to allow the email to their inbox (tricky but handy) - tricky if one doesn't have third-party email security, handy if one has got good third party email security).
Top Answer: Pricing and licensing are not an issue with Microsoft - they offer good prices for any subscription. Migrating from other solutions like IBM Domino (NSF format emails) is tricky because Microsoft… more »
Top Answer: Data protection and email security are almost the same for all the organizations, irrespective of their segment (SMB or enterprises), with standard subscription at least basic Data loss prevention and… more »
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Overview

Adobe Communique 5 (Adobe CQ5), currently manifested as Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), is a web-based content management system which is developed to help businesses in offering high-end digital experience to their customers. 

Office 365 is more than just Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. It provides powerful services like business-class email, online storage, and teamwork solutions that you can access from anywhere. Bring teams and resources together with solutions like Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business that make working together more productive and enjoyable regardless of where participants are located. Easily implement security and privacy controls to help protect business data and devices against malicious threats and help you meet your compliance obligations. Automatic updates ensure your employees will always have the latest features and security updates.

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Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company36%
Comms Service Provider14%
Financial Services Firm10%
Energy/Utilities Company5%
REVIEWERS
Manufacturing Company25%
Computer Software Company17%
Financial Services Firm8%
Aerospace/Defense Firm4%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider19%
Government6%
Financial Services Firm5%
Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise13%
Large Enterprise63%
REVIEWERS
Small Business49%
Midsize Enterprise21%
Large Enterprise30%
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Adobe Experience Manager is ranked 9th in Enterprise Content Management with 1 review while Office 365 is ranked 1st in Content Collaboration Platforms with 17 reviews. Adobe Experience Manager is rated 8.0, while Office 365 is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Adobe Experience Manager writes "Easy to use content management platform for anyone requiring a complex web portal ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Office 365 writes "Great vulnerability insights, offers very impressive cash savings, and offers great information security tools". Adobe Experience Manager is most compared with Liferay Digital Experience Platform, Oracle Content and Experience Cloud, Drupal, Atlassian Confluence and IBM FileNet, whereas Office 365 is most compared with Atlassian Confluence, Amazon WorkDocs, TeamViewer, Workplace by Facebook and Symphony.

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