So, your organization has chosen to move to Office 365. Good choice. But how do you implement it – AND deal with the following issues:
- Keep email working if Office 365 is offline
- Protect critical email data with an independent, verifiable cloud backup
- Tackle evolving targeted email security threats like spear-phishing with multi-layered protection
- Streamline migration by off-loading data to the cloud
It seems nearly every technology discussion today somehow involves the cloud – whether positive or negative, the cloud is a viable option in nearly every aspect of IT. With Microsoft’s push to move. Exchange environments to Office 365, the backbone in your corporate communication is now on the cloud “table” for discussion. Now, this paper isn’t about whether you should move to Office 365, or whether the cloud is the right strategy for your company – we’re assuming you’ve already made that decision. But with that decision comes the need to plan both the migration and also how to ensure the same level of administration, security and message hygiene you’ve come to enjoy with your on-premises implementation. There are a few considerations you should address internally when planning and implementing the move to Office 365. Often these considerations are missed in the rush to just hand over the keys to Microsoft, and make it their problem. It’s worth taking the time to really think through some of the risks involved and how you can avoid them.
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