Today there are many appropriate reasons to contemplate a shift to the Cloud, but for SMEs focussing on maximising resource efficiency and minimising costs, the shift from a capex (capital expenditure) to opex (operational expenditure) model is the most compelling thrust. However, cost is just one of the numerous benefits of moving away from traditional on-premise enterprise applications to a software-as-a-service approach. Enterprises also want to tackle the dependency on constant refreshes and upgrades in the traditional infrastructure, while at the same time look for a very secure and risk-free transition to cloud services.
Microsoft Office is still the default business software for most SMEs. With the advent of Office 365,
Office 365 offers all the functionality of the latest desktop version with web-based convenience, supporting multiple devices including desk tops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, which is crucial in an increasingly mobile bring-your-own-device (BYOD) world. What makes the case even more compelling is the fact that one would never have to re-install or upgrade the software as payment modes are on a per-seat or per-month basis.
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Working with Office 365 from the Cloud is a lot easier than many might expect. Work files and mail are accessible using any browser-equipped device in any location with access to the web. Although the term Cloud has been around for a few years now, the widespread use of Cloud services is still in its infancy and many are wary of potential security risks.
"The main concern, when considering a Cloud solution, is security. With Office 365, files are saved in specialised data centres to address the issue of security. SMEs can expect a better level of security with Office 365 than they could be expected to provide themselves," says
"Office 365 is a differentiated and superior product that offers a range of business benefits to companies at every level. At
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