For over five years, businesses, non-profits, government entities and academic institutions have been migrating their Microsoft Office licensing, email services, video conferencing, and SharePoint services into Microsoft Office 365.
The move has allowed these larger organizations to reduce infrastructure costs while gaining additional communication services and scale.
It is safe to say that after many years of service, Microsoft Office 365 has proven itself as a reliable solution for any business seeking enterprise email hosting and web conferencing.
The small and medium business pricing bundles of Office 365 allow any organization to migrate to Office 365 and get previously untouchable enterprise solutions.
Most small and medium businesses have limited experience with Microsoft products, simply using MS Windows on their computers and MS Office for productivity, but now Microsoft Office 365 offers to SMBs many of the productivity and enterprise software systems Microsoft had built for larger enterprises. These benefits include:
Businesses still running local mail servers, mail archives, and Exchange backups will save money and increase productivity by migrating email services into Exchange Online from Microsoft Office 365. Working with Office 365, system administrators who need to maintain close controls over their email environment can still use most of the same tools they currently use locally, but they get to avoid the cost and headache of supporting local hardware, software, and backups.
Organizations using other email services can migrate to Office 365 email to take advantage of excellent spam filtering, collaboration, and integration with other Microsoft products. Office 365 provides a modern mail platform with integrations into CRMs and other line of business applications.
Server@Work has successfully moved thousands of mailboxes to Office 365 including on-premise mail servers, hybrid mail environments, Gmail migrations as well as from a host of other email environments.