Updated: Jul 16, 2021
In today’s connected world, work doesn't happen only in the office. Being productive means having access to your data, collaborating with your team on current projects, and staying connected virtually anywhere. So how do you become a “business anywhere” business? With the Microsoft Cloud also known as Microsoft Azure.
The Microsoft Cloud provides a connected platform built for your business. It helps automate your core processes, transforms data into the insights you need to make better decisions, and assists in connecting the many moving parts of your business to create amazing customer experiences.
The cloud used to be considered useful only for a few workloads like email and collaboration. Today, 45% of IT budgets are devoted to cloud initiatives. Microsoft is leading the way by bringing the tools you've come to love to the cloud. Together, Microsoft Dynamics ERP and Office 365 integrate your email, calendar, and files with your data, reports, and business management software.
When you bring your business applications to the cloud, you eliminate much of the risk of data loss or user error because no person, including yourself, is responsible for backups. Files can be synced to devices for online or offline work and employees can use multiple devices to access the cloud so there is no limit to their productivity.
James Farrell, manager of Data Protection Software Services at Catalogic Software, comments:
“When you look at what we’re paying for versus what we get, it’s very good. Having the comfort of a global data center offers huge value—and huge peace of mind.”
Whether at the office, at home, or on the go, the Microsoft Cloud helps keep your business running and helps increase employee efficiency. Teams can share game-changing ideas across their entire organization, no matter their location.
Want to see how easy it is to bring your business management software to the cloud? Visit us today to take a guided tour of our Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software or speak to a Microsoft solution expert to learn about our software as a service (SaaS) offerings for small and midsized businesses.