Consolidating Cloud Services and Fully Leveraging Microsoft 365

Learn how to cut collaboration costs by consolidating all your organisation’s SaaS needs in Microsoft 365.

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Aggregate all your cloud solutions to reduce complexity and improve work

Organisations heavily leverage a multitude of cloud services to help support their day-to-day business needs. But with the multitude of service options available and being used, the cost of paying for multiple disparate solutions can be very costly and inefficient.

All organisations would benefit from an audit of their services to find out where they can reduce costs but still have the appropriate and needed tools to get the work they need done. Not only can an audit save the business money, but it can also provide a more succinct user experience to make everyday collaboration and work easier.

This eBook will provide a comprehensive breakdown of how and why organisations need to review their current technology stack and a process for streamlining and consolidating all of their cloud solutions.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: An Opportunity to Be Seised

  • The Proliferation of Cloud Services—What’s the Problem?

  • Benefits of Cloud Consolidation – Why Does Cloud Consolidation Make Sense?

  • Process for Cloud Consolidation – 7 Steps To Make It Happen

  • Time for A Rethink

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  • The Proliferation of Cloud Services—What’s the Problem?

    Consolidating cloud services can often slash costs in half. For example, organisations using Dropbox for Business in parallel with Microsoft 365 pay US$20 per user per month for the file sync and share capabilities in Dropbox, and also US$35 per user per month for an Office 365 E5 license. Eliminating Dropbox by moving file sync and share to OneDrive and SharePoint represents a saving of 51% per user migrated. – Page 6

  • Process for Cloud Consolidation – 7 Steps To Make It Happen

    Prepare the business case for cloud consolidation, painting the picture of current state versus the ideal future state. The nature and scope of your business case will depend on the level of changes to cloud services being advocated for your organisation, the investment of time and money required, and the extent of adoption support anticipated. – Page 17

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