We partner with digital market leaders to deliver technology that supports business agility and collaboration
Microsoft Office 365 Suite
The Microsoft Office 365 suite is a hosted, subscription-based version of the traditional installed version of Microsoft Office software. Some of our clients’ most valued Office 365 features include:
- Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Skype for Business, Access)
- Exchange Online (email, calendar, tasks)
- SharePoint Online (web portal for collaboration)
- Yammer (enterprise social networking)
- OneDrive for Business (cloud file storage)
- Planner (project management)
- Power BI (business intelligence)
- Delve (social document discovery)
- Video (a private video library)
- Sway (creation of reports, presentations and newsletters)
Content migration tools
Software tools that aid in moving content between content management systems, online repositories or digital asset management systems.
Azure App Service
A fully managed platform for web, mobile and systems integration scenarios that lets you create powerful applications for any platform or device, integrate your apps with SaaS solutions, connect with on-premise applications and automate your business processes, while using a single “back end” to meet rigorous performance, scalability, security and compliance requirements. App Service offers several app types, each of which is intended to host a specific digital spaces/processes:
- Web Apps – Scalable hosting for websites and web applications, which employees or customers can access / use on any device
- API Apps – Easily build and consume APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) in the cloud and on-premises
- Logic Apps – Automate business processes through simple, scalable, cloud-based integrations and workflows
Azure AD B2B Collaboration
A new set of capabilities in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) that simplify management and better secure external user access to corporate resources and improves collaboration among business-to-business partners.
Azure Identity Management
Managing identity and access is just as important in the public cloud as it is on-premises. To help IT protect access to applications and resources across the corporate datacenter and into the cloud, Azure supports several different cloud identity technologies:
- You can run Windows Server Active Directory (commonly called AD) in the cloud. This approach makes sense when you're using Azure to extend your on-premises datacenter into the cloud.
- You can use Azure Active Directory to give users single sign-on to Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. Microsoft Office 365 uses this technology and applications running on Azure or other cloud platforms can use it as well.
Workflow Automation Tools
Digital workflow and content automation replaces manual and paper-based processes by integrating tools, automating “hand offs” and replacing other repetitive tasks.
AMPLEXOR’s Office 365 and SharePoint on-premises governance tool is specifically focused on provisioning, lifecycle management, lookup, security and use of Office 365 groups and team sites.
AMPLEXOR is a Microsoft Gold Partner and certified with Gold Competency rating in the domains of Collaboration and Cloud Productivity.