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The Benefits of Microsoft 365 Security Features

Microsoft 365 is an integrated solution that includes Office 365 and Windows 10 Enterprise, plus enterprise-level mobility and security features. Because of the included security features of Microsoft 365, you can save money by upgrading from Office 365 to Microsoft 365.
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Microsoft 365 vs Office 365

Microsoft 365 and Office 365 are available in two sets of plans – one set for companies with up to 300 employees and another set for enterprise companies. Microsoft 365 includes the Office applications and business productivity tools of Office 365, but with lots more added in. What's even better is that the business plan includes a lot of security features you would expect to find only in enterprise plans.
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How much do managed IT services cost?

Service plans for your information technology can be as unique as your business. But it can be helpful to understand the factors that impact how much you will pay for IT managed services and what is usually included in common service offerings.
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How does Microsoft Office 365 help your business?

Corporate IT environments are experiencing a state of change. Technology in the workplace is transitioning. In fact, what we define as the 'workplace' is changing. Microsoft Office 365 eases this transition.
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Leveraging Microsoft Office 365 to Comply with NIST 800-171

Depending on the customers you serve and the industry in which you operate, there may be mandates to which you must comply in regard to the security of data.
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Gain Email Security with Managed Services for Microsoft Office 365

Complex targeted attacks and malware are no longer reserved purely for big business. All companies are increasingly tested by the rising levels of sophisticated, malicious emails and social media posts.
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5 Reasons to Outsource Office 365 Migration Services

Do it yourself? Or hire a professional? It's the age old question. For home improvement projects that don't necessarily require specific skills, you can save money if you do it yourself, plus enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you put your own sweat equity into it. This makes sense for some things, but not others. Even the most avid home improvement buffs can recall projects they wished they had hired someone to do for them, when they think back to how much time and money they spent on something that really didn't come out that great (and how frustrating the whole experience was).
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