Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive and Yammer. Confirm which Microsoft 365 services benefit your business, how they’ll be configured and the way they should be deployed.
Is it for me?
Like most organisations, you probably already use Teams and Exchange Online for meetings, chat and email. However, like many organisations, you probably aren’t making full use of all the services included in your subscription.
Microsoft 365 subscribers have access to approximately 15 different collaboration and productivity services. In addition, these are complemented by an extensive compliance and security suite.
You can simply switch the services on, and let your IT department and employees work it out for themselves. Unfortunately, this is often the case, resulting in confused messaging, frustrated employees, and security headaches.
Spending time to properly plan your Microsoft 365 deployment could mean the difference between failure and success. Upfront planning allows you to define:
When planning a Microsoft 365 deployment, we define a project specific to your organisation and its needs. Every aspect is shaped by your processes and requirements, and is underpinned by your governance decisions.
We believe good governance provides the foundation of all successful Microsoft 365 deployments. Governance discussions, and subsequent decisions, ensure all key aspects of your Microsoft 365 deployment are considered e.g. which services will be used, and how they will be managed, secured and adopted within your organisation.
You can call, or drop us an email, if you’d like to discuss your requirements, our approach, or anything else Microsoft 365 related.
In the meantime, here’s an overview of the main area’s we’d expect to cover when planning your Microsoft 365 deployment: