Cost conscious businesses upgrade technology only when productivity suffers. For some, that means PCs on life support and disconnected solutions for file sharing, chat, and online calls, and meetings.
At what cost? Old PCs waste your time. And free cloud tools with limited features sound great, until the first time someone shares an unprotected link with your customer list. A TechAisle survey found the total cost of ownership of a owning a PC more than four years old is $2,379 US —far more than the cost of a new PC.
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Cloud adoption continues, and it’s easy to see why. According to a recent Microsoft study, there are three key reasons small and midsize businesses consider cloud services:
Easy access to documents and applications from multiple locations
Many of the same companies in the survey are already using Microsoft cloud services for file sharing, storage, online meetings, and chat. These services are bundled into Office 365 along with best-in-class productivity apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and enterprise-grade security. With Office 365, you can work from anywhere, on any device. You can add and subtract users as needed, and migration is simple.
Now is the time to explore your options if you are running Windows 7 or Office 2010, which face end of support deadlines starting in January, 2020. Talk to us about Office 365 migration offers, which help you transition to modern tools easily.