Most organizations that choose to move to the cloud do so because they have decided they need it for business agility and want the cost savings that come with it.

How can you know whether or not you’re getting it all? If your organization is considering Microsoft Office 365 as your first step in moving applications to hosted solutions, you may have found similar inconsistencies in your research—making it difficult to separate fact from fiction.

To help in your migration to the cloud, we’ve created this myth-busting guide for all things Office 365. When considering Office 365 to power your organization, you need to know the facts. Your organization depends on it. 


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