The need for large investments in servers and software no longer exists with cloud computing. The key is knowing what makes sense for your business. That is where we come in. Microsoft O365 has transformed how busineses use and pay for theis sorftware.
Everything you need, wherever you are
This is one of the great advantages of going to cloud computing. Documents, email, even software, available wherever you have an internet connection. Anywhere in the world. Now you and your team can be truly productive when mobile. A great option for existing businesses or start-ups and the changes can be transforming for your productivity and costs.
Always up to date and simpler budgeting
Traditionally software is purchased – often at substantial cost – installed and then apart from a few security updates, stays exactly as it is. Now with cloud computing you are always up to date with updates being delivered automatically. You also do not spend large amounts buying a licence – you usually pay per month, per user and only pay for what you need at that time. Gain more staff, then add extra licenses, need fewer installations of your software, then reduce the licenses.
When your documents are stored remotely in OneDrive, you have access to the latest revisions wherever you can connect to the internet. SharePoint Online delivers the shared company documents that your business needs all in one place and easily accessible. Collaboration and working together is now much easier with Microsoft Teams, with your team able to work on documents at the same time.
With your documents stored in large data centres with redundancy built-in, you now have a basic back-up strategy in place. Of course you need a proper resilience and recovery strategy in place, but cloud computing gives you a quick way to get started.