What small and medium-sized businesses really need to know about moving to Microsoft Office 365
Most companies have decided they need the business agility and want the cost savings that come when moving to the cloud. But with the bewildering amount of contradictory information floating around on the Internet, not many really understand exactly what that means or what it entails.
You need to know the facts. Your business depends on it.
Companies considering Microsoft Office 365 as their first step in moving applications to hosted solutions face similar inconsistencies, making it difficult to separate fact from fiction. For example, some businesses incorrectly believe Office 365 is simply a version of Office accessed by a browser.
That’s just one of the misconceptions about Office 365 we want to correct, which is why we’re posting this myth-busting guide to help you.
When considering Office 365 to power your organization, you need to know the facts. Your business depends on it. Ready to learn which of the top ten Office 365 business cloud myths you may have thought were true—but aren’t? Read on.
Myths About Moving to the Cloud:
MYTH 1 Office 365 is just Office tools in the cloud, and I can only use it online.
MYTH 2 If our data moves to the cloud, our business will no longer have control over our technology.
MYTH 3 Keeping data on-premises is safer than in the cloud.
MYTH 4 I have to move everything to the cloud; it is an all-or-nothing scenario.
MYTH 5 Cloud migration is too much for my business to handle.
MYTH 6 Corporate spies, cyberthieves, and governments will have access to my data if it is in the cloud.
MYTH 7 Skype and Skype for Business are one and the same.
MYTH 8 Email isn’t any simpler in the cloud.
MYTH 9 Continuously updating Office 365 will break my critical business applications.
MYTH 10 It doesn’t matter who I buy Office 365 from
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