San Francisco and Oakland’s Office 365 and G-Suite Migration Team
Migrating your data and operations into the cloud is tricky and requires professional help. Fido will take care of moving all of your emails including aliases, distribution lists, contacts, and calendars.
Email leads the way into cloud computing and software as a service (SAAS)
Businesses that migrate to the cloud usually take their first steps with email. The days of on-premise email servers are waning. Hosted email is ubiquitous. Competive subscriptions and the excellent reliablity of hosted services have motivated most companies to happily rid themselves of the onerouse responsibilty and frequent problems with in-house email servers.
Once email is migrated to the cloud, companies are seduced by the flexibility of accessing their emails from anywhere on any computer, and start pondering how to migrate other parts of their operation to the cloud.
The big host providers such as Microsoft and Google Gmail, knowing this, entice you in this direction by offering bundles of cloud enabled software along with your email subscription. With Microsoft your subscription includes downloads and updates for Outlook (email, contacts, and calendar), Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Gmail has its own version of these tools. These bundled software packages live in their own digital eco systems, so best to think carefully before deciding which way to go. Once you have made the move, you’ll enjoy the benfits of cloud-based computer: always online, accessible from everywhere, and lots of products and apps to integrate with.
Migrating your data and operations into the cloud is tricky and requires professional help. It may seem daunting at first but don’t worry, we will be there to guide you each step of the way so that your migration is seamless and effortless.
Fido will take care of moving all of your emails including aliases, distribution lists, contacts, and calendars so you’ll have all of your data in the new system. We keep you posted on project milestones, go over the timeline of the migration, and send you links to articles and videos can help you make the transition easily.