Microsoft Office has been the go-to in productivity for years – allowing businesses to leverage various programs, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and more, in order to communicate with customers, access important information, and keep track of files with ease. Microsoft Office 365 moves you to the cloud – and it’s the key to fostering efficiency in everything you do. How so? Microsoft Office 365 solves a multitude of business challenges related to:
As long as you’re connected to the internet, Office 365 allows you to access important information that has been saved on the cloud. Making it incredibly simple for your employees to be productive while outside of the office. Once back in the office, Pro Group Networks recommends you sync all your files to your server drive for added protection.
There’s no need to worry about falling behind on important updates and patches as it’s all handled for you. Microsoft makes sure all updates and patches happen in the background without interruption to end-users, in order to ensure no vulnerabilities are left open to be exploited.
The 2016 version of Office 365 allows you and your staff members to collaborate with ease thanks to the ability to access and edit files at the same time as one another. This means all of your employees can work together, find the information they need quickly, and complete important tasks/projects with ease.
An on-premises email server means spending a lot of money on maintenance and support that’s required on a regular basis to keep it running at peak performance. Office 365, on the other hand, means all of the maintenance and support is handled for you – included in the low, flat-rate fee.
Providing your business with best practice solutions to fostering efficiency in your organization. Integrate Microsoft Office 365 into your business today. Call Pro Group Networks by 888-625-0062 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get started!
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