December 9, 2016

Now is the time for Office365.

Now is the time to make the move to Office 365! If you’re unhappy with your current email solution, or if you’re still running an old version of Microsoft Office, that’s just the tip of the iceberg for reasons why it makes sense to move to Office 365. Gone are the days of a complicated process to move your company to the cloud! And gone are the reasons for not moving forward with a solution like it!
When you subscribe to Office 365, the pricing model is per user, per month, and you can add/remove licenses as needed. The plethora of options, the support you get for any end-user, as well as the ability to get the latest and greatest version of their software at any time cannot hold a candle to the price you pay and the peace of mind you get knowing you have the very best tools Microsoft can offer.
Gone are the days of one person only having one computer for their job. Most employees in most companies use a computer at work (or two or three), possibly a computer at home, maybe a tablet, a typically a mobile device. With an Office 365 subscription, you are allowed to install the most current version of Office on up to 5 computers per employee! And then, when you pair your subscription with included Microsoft OneDrive (their version of Dropbox) or SharePoint Document Libraries, your work can really take off, and is seamlessly accessible across almost any device/scenario.
If you’re an Active Directory shop, you can integrate your AD as well, which then allows for easier administration of all your company’s resources in Microsoft’s cloud. It also works just as well when tying it into a Microsoft SharePoint rollout, which then gives your company its own intranet, which we can assist with.
The ever-evolving O365 means that new features and products become available on an almost monthly basis it seems. Their latest offering, Microsoft Teams, is a direct competitor of the app “Slack”, which is a fantastic way to communicate with your teams. It allows your teams to all but get rid of email if you choose, and can is a breeze to roll out.
Whatever your need, there’s a very good chance that it comes with Office 365. And if you’d like to find out how your company can benefit from a product like this, give us a call or send us an email today!

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