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Distributed work is expected to continue through 2022 and beyond. If your company hasn’t made the move to Microsoft 365 yet, here are some reasons why you should.

Microsoft 365 is now being used globally by more than a million businesses, translating into an estimated one in five corporate employees who access Microsoft 365 cloud services.

If you’re not aware, Microsoft rebranded its popular Office 365 productivity suite as Microsoft 365 in March 2020. Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based subscription model that includes the same core applications as traditional Office versions, as well as an array of new AI- and cloud-powered apps, including Microsoft Teams, Yammer, and OneDrive.

Some think Microsoft 365 adoption isn’t a worthwhile investment. On the contrary, the long-term payoff can be huge. With remote and hybrid work models becoming permanent, leveraging Microsoft 365’s cloud-based productivity suite will set your business up for long-term success—no matter what the future brings.

If your company hasn’t already made the move to Microsoft 365, here are some reasons why you should.

How Microsoft 365 can benefit your business:

  • Microsoft 365 makes your business more cost-efficient
    The new era of widespread remote work requires new methods of virtual collaboration—and Microsoft 365’s all-inclusive productivity suite is a cost-efficient solution to accomplish that.
  • Microsoft 365 helps make employees more productive
    Microsoft 365’s cloud-based tools boost business productivity by helping remote employees collaborate, communicate, and work together more efficiently.
  • Microsoft 365 keeps company data more secure
    Microsoft 365 comes with built-in security solutions prevent data leakage and help remote employees work more securely without hindering productivity.

Migrate to Microsoft 365 with GRIAM Consulting

Our team of Microsoft 365 Consultants/Experts can help move your current infrastructure to cloud seamlessly, on time and within your budget. From planning to delivering, to post-implementation support, GRIAM Consulting will support you and your team every step of the way.

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