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Transitioning to Office 365 with ease
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Microsoft's Office 365 has made significant waves since its 2011 release, as enterprises have heard about the many benefits of the cloud-based services as adoption success stories have come to the surface. Still, there are organizations that have yet to make the transition.
The increased number of applications available for Office 365 -- the overall breadth and capability of the technology is significant -- has provided admins and IT staff with a lot of homework. However, if a successful move is made, it could ease a number of functions for all employees. This three-part guide explains how to pull off a move to Office 365, reviews the potential complications and suggests ways to avoid downtime. Whether it is the 365 MFA function, access to cloud-hosted services or updated office applications, IT needs to know how to implement Office 365 into an infrastructure.
Table Of Contents
- Migrating to Office 365
- Must-know apps for Office 365 and Exchange
- Remediation and transitioning to Office 365 services