Insistently non-rapacious supermarket chain Coles has become the latest company to sign off on a press release declaring it has adopted Microsoft's cloudy productivity suite Office 365. The chain's buy doesn't seem to be a “we found a company of knowledge workers that wants to do everything in the browser and beat Google to the …
More with less
More staff interaction (work) for less cost (overtime/shift payments)
Or is this just the status quo?
Coles are a pack of complete muppets,
Having worked for them, this doesn't surprise me in the slightest.
Watch this last for about a year or two, and be a complete circus
On the sharedpoint for holidays thing
We use that at our place, but HR refuse to let anyone bar the odd remote manager use it off site. It's less paper basically, and more secure than bits of paper flying around / having managers signatures faked.
"Office 365 will provide our employees with a digital identity with security protection"
Pass the bong Conrad.
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