Cloud solutions help your business become more productive and efficient by leveraging the advantages of cloud connectivity as opposed to traditional on-premise software.
If you are still running your business primarily on-premises, you can take small steps to transition to the cloud and adjust your cloud strategy as you go on. If you haven’t done it yet, we recommend starting with Office 365, Microsoft’s popular Office suite in the cloud.
Get more productive with the tools you know, now in the cloud
The main difference between Office desktop versions, the latest being 2019, and Office 365 is the cloud functionality. Your business can still use the native productivity apps – Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and so on, but now you can get instant web-enabled access to your emails and documents from almost any device, which is a more flexible solution.
There are many benefits to switching to Office 365. For example, if you need reliable and extended data storage, OneDrive can provide sufficient cloud storage, 1 TB for all options. Premium packages include email storage up to 50GB.
Another example is web-enabled communication and collaboration tools such as Skype for Business and Yammer, with video conferencing and instant messaging available for enterprise packages. The functionality enables businesses to increase team productivity, document sharing, collaboration, project planning and management.