Office 365 Pros and Cons
Office 365 Pros
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.View full review »
Many of the features in Office 365 are good, but I think Excel is a very good tool.View full review »
The functionality that is most valuable is the solution's ability to detect patient data in email attachments. Whenever a user sends out an email with patient data embedded in an attachment, it triggers an alert. The tool can detect a social security number and various other forms of patient identity. Emails are then automatically generated and sent.View full review »
The technical support is outstanding.
The product helps us be more efficient. It helps us to have a standardized way of doing things.View full review »
It's very stable.View full review »
Most of the work that seems not to work offline works perfectly with Microsoft Office 2013, like converting a Word document to a PDF file.View full review »
There are no more server and hardware operational costs and downtime, updates, etc. for all the workloads available. Newer features and updates are available immediately. Can be managed from a single web interface. Cloud-based, so same experience for all users, regardless of location.View full review »
The cloud service and Skype are the most valuable features.
It is very easy to deploy.View full review »
Great impact on project management and team collaboration.
The phone VoIP product provides genuine a unified communication solution.View full review »
Cloud-based management is valuable and software deployment is positive.View full review »
Office 365 Cons
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.View full review »
Using Visual Basic, I have had a lot of trouble with relative paths when programming for Excel, and sometimes it is very difficult to debug programs.View full review »
Improvements can be made to the products generic offering. It's not customized for health care. It doesn't understand the meaning of health care related concepts. Providing a greater degree of industry specificity would make the tool much more unique and valuable.View full review »
There are some complexities to the initial setup if you use some of the more advanced features.
It needs improvements around its compatibility with non-Microsoft products.
They should do more testing before product releases.View full review »
There are several additional features we would like to see, such as advanced features of SAN protection in Office 365. The main thing is the SAN protection; we would like to see a lot of advanced features added because we had a lot of spam attacks.View full review »
The feature to convert PDF file to a Word document needs improvement as well as the feature to save the file automatically when typing, without using the save command.View full review »
We have had some connectivity issues.View full review »
Using Office 365 is not that flexible on some mobile devices, like Android.View full review »
Security is still complex, but the admin console improving.
Constantly evolving with new features, which can be challenging for users.View full review »
Their support is so terrible and unusable except during dire emergencies.View full review »