For small to medium-sized businesses, Office 365 offers a compelling service where everything is managed and available when it is needed. However, for larger enterprises - where IT groups typically manage extensive server farms and control every element that makes up a corporate system - Office 365 often falls short.
For any business, choosing to leverage a cloud-based solution over an on-premises one can be a complex decision.
Microsoft’s Office 365 suite offers a great core selection of features. It includes all components of the classic on-prem solution, including Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online. As a software as a service (SaaS) solution, everything from networking, servers, applications, and end-user access are provided. These systems are managed and monitored to ensure always-on availability and to enable redundant services across the vast network of Microsoft data centers worldwide. Microsoft O365 is all about your data, making sure it is backed up and easily accessible from multiple devices at any time. To make this possible, Office 365 uses several different technologies for backup and recovery of data, depending on the application.
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