Microsoft was long the leader in software applications for business, until entrepreneurs and small businesses started realizing that Google Apps for Work looked a lot better to the bottom line.
A change, however, is a-brewing. According to a recent story in Business Insider, Microsoft Office 365 has pulled ahead of Apps for Work because, it appears, IT executives have concluded that there is not enough support from Google to justify keeping their employees happy on Google.
When it comes down to it, your business needs access to sales and support teams. You need to know how to best use the product, how to make it work in your particular environment, and how to plan for the future.
We see most of our clients transitioning to Office 365 as they move their infrastructures to the cloud. It is relatively easy to add your data and users, and it’s a quick way to get to a highly functional enterprise environment that can be accessed securely from anywhere with an Internet connection. It’s another one of the “level the playing field” kind of tools, giving small businesses access to the same efficiency-raising solutions that historically were available only to large corporations.
Here are a few tips to making Office 365 work for your business:
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