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Help your employees and teams to deliver their best work with the apps and experiences found in Microsoft 365. Use this cloud-first platform to connect, collaborate, and get work done from anywhere.
As a certified Microsoft Solutions Partner for Modern Work and specialist in Adoption and Change Management, we have the expertise to help boost your productivity and make the shift to hybrid work by using Microsoft 365.
Watch this short video for a product overview of Microsoft 365!
Office 365 is a set of Cloud-based applications that offer scalability and cost-savings for your organization, and includes familiar applications, like Word, Excel, OneNote, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Exchange.
Office 365 helps improve collaboration and productivity among your end-users, and its integration capabilities can provide additional efficiency and help you make better data-driven decisions.
A Microsoft 365 migration lets you take full advantage of the platform and get the most out of your investment. Here are some of the benefits your entire team can enjoy:
Microsoft 365 makes it possible to review, edit, analyze, and present documents, with a consistent user experience from laptop, desktop, or mobile devices.
Real-time co-authoring in SharePoint, OneDrive, OneNote, and Teams makes it possible for organizations to edit documents in real-time: no more "Version 1, Version 2, or Final Version 5.5"!
Microsoft 365's built-in safeguard and privacy features scan incoming and outgoing content for sophisticated attacks, unsafe attachments, malicious links, and more.
Microsoft 365 gives organizations the ability to implement a steady rollout so that your team can adapt to new streamlined solutions at your own pace.
An integrated solution decreases the cost, holes in security, and limited scalability that comes with using fragmented and stand-alone applications.
Microsoft 365 provides you with 41 useful business applications and services, like Microsoft Teams, OneNote, and SharePoint already built-in to the platform.
These business applications can be easily integrated with each other to improve efficiency and productivity, and help organizations make true data-driven decisions.
Microsoft 365 merges the collaboration capabilities of Office 365, the ease and convenience of Windows 10 OS, and the security of Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) into one license.
This provides additional security, device management and better access control so that you can manage who is able to access your corporate data, and how.
Explore the components that make up Microsoft 365 in greater detail below, and learn what you need to do if you're already using Office 365.
If you're currently using Office 365, you may have already noticed that your Office 365 subscription has automatically been renamed to Microsoft 365 across your Admin Portal and monthly billing statements. There's no further action on your part to make the switch to Microsoft 365.
Need help exploring Microsoft 365 in greater detail for your organization? Connect with us today - we're happy to help!
Download details to see what apps are included in each license plan. Nonprofits can download their pricing here.
If you don’t have a Microsoft 365 license yet, download our Microsoft Licensing Plans and Prices for Nonprofits PDF to determine which license is the best fit for your nonprofit organization’s needs.
Aldo Group was looking for assistance to switch from Google Suite (G Suite) to Office 365 to improve global collaboration and ensure cost savings.
ProServeIT helped Goodlife Fitness migrated 15,000 users to Office 365 in only 16 weeks!
“ProServeIT worked seamlessly with our own IT department and the FastTrack Center. Together, we deployed the necessary infrastructure to move from a mixed Exchange and Google Apps environment to a common platform with Office 365.
We did this against an aggressive migration schedule during one of our busiest sales periods. There has been great feedback since the project completed, and we saw swift adoption by our users.”
Mike Marsman, Director of Technology at GoodLife Fitness