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The virtuous cycle of retail

In business, a virtuous cycle is a set of recurring processes in which the objective of each is to increase the beneficial effect on the next. Not so long ago, the typical purchase pattern was linear. Further, it involved very few steps from the time consumers first learned about a product or service to the time they purchased it. With the arrival of digital transformation, though, both online and brick-and-mortar retailers are adapting to a new virtuous cycle, one in which personalized experiences are the norm and digital customer service tools play crucial roles in making or breaking a purchase every step of the way.

In this infographic, you’ll learn how digital technology has driven retail’s virtuous cycle and get insights into how you can improve your customers’ experiences via Microsoft Retail Solutions.
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A multilayered approach to data protection

For businesses in the digital age, cloud technology has become a key enabler of growth and innovation. But no great opportunity is without risk, and moving to the cloud also means having to secure enterprise data as it travels into and out of organizations. Today’s leading enterprise cloud platforms provide organizations with the compliance and security they need to protect their data, regardless of scale or region.

In this infographic, you’ll learn how Microsoft 365 E5 uses a multilayered approach to protecting sensitive information and provides the insights you need to optimize your organization’s security.
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Microsoft wants you to work less

Updates within the Microsoft MyAnalytics platform, in conjunction with a new feature in Outlook are aimed at helping you work less. The new features allow users to better manage their time and information, with less time in meetings and more time spent accomplishing tasks. One tool enables users to allocate focus time—and alert coworkers when you are trying to get things done. Read more about working less in this article from TechCrunch.
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