Office 365 is just Office tools in the cloud, and I can only use it online.
Office 365 is a suite of cloud-based productivity services, which can include:
– the Office desktop client you already know and use, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote, with the added benefit of being licensed, deployed, and updated as a service. These applications are installed on your device, so they’re available even when you are offline.
If our data moves to the cloud, our business will no longer have control over our technology.
When you move to the cloud, headaches and time spent maintaining hardware and upgrading software are significantly reduced. Now you and your team can focus on the business rather than being a repair service. You have more time to spend improving business operations and launching agile initiatives.
Keeping data on-premises is safer than in the cloud.
It’s becoming increasingly clear that your on-premises systems aren’t inherently more secure than they’d be in the cloud. Many companies are routinely hacked and don’t know it. Security has grown into a full-time job
I have to move everything to the cloud; it is an all-or-nothing scenario.
While early cloud supporters proclaimed the cloud as the Holy Grail, no one really advocated fork-lifting your entire enterprise to the cloud over the weekend. Most implementations start with a hybrid approach, moving a single application, like email, and growing from there.
Cloud migration is too much for my business to handle.
As you start considering how to move petabytes of data to the cloud, it’s easy to see why some people think “going cloud” is too big a challenge. We’re not going to tell you it’s as easy as pie. But we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Corporate spies, cyberthieves, and governments will have access to my data if it is in the cloud.
This is a top fear many businesses have about the cloud. But it’s unfounded. Your company remains the sole owner: You retain the rights, title, and interest in the data stored in Office 365.
Email isn’t any simpler in the Cloud.
By moving your business email to the cloud, you can rest easy knowing that the experts who created the software are taking care of the tricky maintenance, software updates and fixes are delivered automatically as soon as they are released.
Interested in learning more about Office 365? Call us to explore benefits of Office 365 for your business.