Cloud Services

Office 365 For Business

 

OFFICE 365
BUSINESS ESSENTIALS

OFFICE 365
BUSINESS DESKTOP

OFFICE 365
BUSINESS PREMIUM

Locally installed Office desktop applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote

No

Yes

Yes

Online web versions of Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint -

Yes

Yes

Yes

File storage and sharing with 1 TB storage per user in the cloud

Yes

Yes

Yes

Business class email, calendar, and contacts with a 50 GB inbox per user

Yes

No

Yes

Unlimited online meetings, IM, and audio, HD video, and web conferencing

Yes

No

Yes

SharePoint Intranet site for your teams with customizable security settings

Yes

No

Yes

Corporate social network to help employees collaborate across departments and locations

Yes

No

Yes

Price (5 users minimum)
1 Year Commitment to Microsoft

As low as $5.00
per month

As low as $8.25
per month

As low as $12.50
per month

 

Considering Moving Your Business To The Cloud?

Cloud computing is referred to as the “next evolution” of the Internet and changes how users access their programs and data. Instead of having all your files and applications stored on a server or PC in your office, cloud computing puts this workload onto a high-speed, high security server that you access via any Internet connection or device. Why do this?

There are several reasons:

         1. You can connect to your files and programs from almost anywhere.
         2. You can potentially save money on hardware and IT support.
         3. No expensive hardware to buy and maintain. 
         4. Many cloud applications offer backup and recovery services.

Chances are, you may already be using some cloud computing services without even knowing it. If you bank online, access an e-mail service like Yahoo! Mail or Gmail, or use an e-mail broadcasting service like Constant Contact, you’re using cloud-based apps already.

However, not every application or business operation is suited for the cloud. While many line-of-business applications still can’t be hosted in the cloud, there’s no doubt that cloud computing is here to stay.

We’re here to help you understand your options and the pros and cons, to make the best business decision for your particular environment. Only after you’ve weighed ALL of your options, we’ll help you implement an affordable and efficient transition to the cloud.  We've got dedicated hosting services that can save you TONS on money, too!