If you're thinking about moving your business to Microsoft Office 365, you should ask yourself:
A. Which type of license or types of licensing should I buy for my users?
B. How will I migrate my existing email and/or SharePoint site?
C. Who do I contact if I need support?
Microsoft Office 365 has a lot of licensing options. It is important to understand the difference between them so you don't buy more than you need or overpay for required services. With so many Office 365 licensing options from which to choose, BizCom will help you navigate through the complexity of the Office 365 licensing maze.
BizCom has migrated dozens of companies from in-house and hosted versions of Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business (formerly Lync) to Office 365. Our support team has the tools and experience to make your migration successful and with limited or no down time.
Before transitioning to Office 365, we highly recommend that you carefully read Microsoft support policies. Office 365 may be a good fit for some business owners but it may become a headache for others.
Some plans only come with community-based support. This means you have to post your question on a message board and wait for another community member to respond.
Other plans come with ticket-based, overseas support that can take up to three business days to get a reply to your support question.
For companies that have a robust support budget, Microsoft's add-on Premier support may be an option.
Or, you can turn to a Microsoft certified Office 365 Partner such as BizCom to help migrate and support your Office 365 implementation.
If you need guidance and help with your transition to Office 365, contact the Microsoft experts at BizCom. We will provide help you through the myriad licensing options and provide the support needed to get your business moved to the cloud.