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For the better part of the last 20 years, organizations have been content to keep their email services and solutions on-premises, as opposed to migrating those services to hosted solutions. But Microsoft Office 365TM has changed the game, with 135 million business users now on the service worldwide.*
By migrating to Office 365, organizations no longer need to worry about maintaining and patching those servers in-house. And, Microsoft provides native data protection for Exchange Online email services—offering a solution with multiple, passive copies of email across multiple data centers. To do the same with on-premises services would take ample time and money to create on an individual organizational basis.
Office 365 also affords organizations predictable costs, improved collaboration capabilities and simplified infrastructure management that simply doesn’t exist with on-premises services.
Making the jump to the cloud might seem like a no-brainer, but there’s plenty to consider before going to Office 365 or another cloud email solution.
3 Steps to Consider Before Migrating Email to the Cloud
An email migration to the cloud might seem daunting, but with the right approach, services and solutions you can make it painless for both your IT organization and your organization at large.
*Microsoft FY18 Q4 Earnings Call, 7/19/2018
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