Migrate your Business to Cloud

On-premises computer systems have seen a gradual decline since cloud computing gained popularity over a decade ago.

With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis accelerating that trend, businesses that still have onsite servers should consider a decision to eliminate the server room now and post-COVID-19. For one, the work from home (WFH) pattern might continue for a long time.

Many employers have announced the extension of WFH policies through the fall. Regardless of how COVID-19 plays out, businesses of all sizes can and should consider the best use of their assets and space going forward.

Why Eliminate the Server Room?

Cloud Solutions
Azure Active Directory
Go deep with identity management. Enable multi-factor authentication, self-service password reset, and edit company branding.
Manage advanced email settings, such as quarantine, encryption, and mail flow rules.
Configure messaging, conferencing, and external communication options for your users.
Manage site collections, list and library permissions, file storage and sharing.
Control access and sharing settings, default storage, and allowed file types.
Get visibility into your security state, investigate and protect against threats, get recommendations on how to increase your security, and more.
Manage your compliance needs using integrated solutions for data governance, encryption, access control, eDiscovery, and more.

Some Microsoft 365 plans include services targeted for specific audiences. The Microsoft 365 Business Standard and Business Premium plans, for example, include services for small and medium-sized businesses; these tools include Microsoft Bookings, which allows customers to schedule and manage appointments, and MileIQ, a mileage-tracking service. All Enterprise plans include the Yammer social networking service and a selection of business automation tools, including Microsoft Power Apps to build custom forms, Power Automate to streamline repetitive workflows, and Power BI Pro, an advanced business analytics tool.

Microsoft 365 Managed Services

User support

-L1, L2, L3 support. Resolving incidents, finding root causes, modifying workflows, providing reports, and more. -Enabling user self-support by creating a knowledge (articles, FAQ, user guides).

Maintenance and optimization

Office 365 account and subscription administration. Regular Office 365 health checks to detect and eliminate performance and security bottlenecks. Stable work of your Office 365 solution. High security and industry compliance of your Office 365 solution.

Development and evolution

Office 365 improvements through customizations, integrations and workflow automation. Custom solutions based on Office 365 like intranets, DMS, LMS, KMS, ticketing and help desk. Office 365 migration. Remote training on new solutions for users and admins. A content governance model.