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Dynamics 365 – CRM – SharePoint – Office 365, and More
Cloud Computing provides a cost effective, flexible option for businesses to deploy software solutions. When applications run in the cloud, organizations no longer have to make major investments in infrastructure. These costs are now a predictable monthly subscription, so you only pay for what you actually use.
Some of the benefits the Cloud brings are:
- Reduced hardware and software acquisition costs.
- Ability to focus on the core business vs technology.
- Improved cash flow under Pay for Use payment models.
- Eliminating software upgrade and update processes.
- Improved accessibility to applications remotely.
- Continuous availability to new updates and new features
Microsoft Cloud Offerings:
Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services; ERP, analytics, mobile point solutions, networking, storage, and web, for moving faster, achieving more, and saving time and money. Here’s what you can do with Azure: extend your existing IT, scale as you need & pay as you go, run your apps anywhere, protect your data, and use an open flexible platform.
SharePoint Online delivers the powerful features of SharePoint without the associated overhead of managing the infrastructure on your own. Flexible management options ensure that you still retain the control you need to meet the compliance requirements of your organization. You can purchase SharePoint in the cloud as a standalone offering or as part of an Office 365 suite, where you can also get access to Exchange, Skype for Business, the Office clients, and web apps.
Compass, a SharePoint solution, is a SIS Software product created for Construction and Specialty Contractors. It gives you unmatched flexibility to allow tailoring and configuration to match your company’s unique business processes and requirements. How? Compass leverages the power of Microsoft SharePoint for a single point of access to all of your project information. Imagine an easy to use portal that allows you to delegate, monitor and manage all project activity.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online is a crucial part of Microsoft’s cloud strategy. While Azure provides services that allow infrastructure to be moved to the cloud, and Office 365 provides tools for everything from communication to document collaboration, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online provides users the power to manage business data and processes related to people, places, and things. Hand in hand with Azure and Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online completes the Microsoft cloud offering for businesses and governments who want to move their business computing to the cloud.
Microsoft Office 365 is an online subscription service. With Office 365, you automatically get the latest versions of Office programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Depending on the kind of subscription that you have, Office 365 offers many other services: email, shared calendars, the ability to create and edit documents online, instant messaging, web conferencing, a public website for your organization, and internal team sites.
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Microsoft Cloud Videos
Windows Azure 101 Why Cloud See The Microsoft Cloud In Action Hybrid Cloud Flexibility
Microsoft Cloud Datasheets / Infographic