Email in the cloud makes sense! Office 365 summarized in 92 seconds

Posted by Claude Gagne_ on Mar 11, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Fotolia_59973335_MCloud technology is changing the way that businesses function. It is untethering workers from the office and enabling access to a diverse array of powerful tools and applications. With the advent of cloud technology many businesses are considering moving their email servers to the cloud.

 

 

 

The main advantages we are seeing our clients benefit from are:


1)    Lower costs by moving from a CAPEX to an OPEX model
2)    High availability- Microsoft has a monthly uptime guarantee
3)    Agility- resources can focus their time on business initiatives as opposed to maintenance
4)    Integration with other Microsoft collaborative technologies like SharePoint and Lync
 
This 92 second video summarizes Office 365:


In most cases, it makes sense moving a service like email to the cloud, yet the transition to the cloud is not one to be taken lightly.

The planning and processes involved in transitioning from an established infrastructure to a cloud environment is a big undertaking that requires an expertise.

Present has a proven roadmap for cloud migrations that includes:

Assess your current state and build a solid business case

Plan- choose the best migration type for your organization

Execute- migrate and validate

Post implementation managed services and documentation


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