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Written for the IT professional and business owner, this
book provides the business and technical insight necessary to migrate your
business to the cloud using Microsoft Office 365.  This is a practical
look at cloud migration and the use of different technologies to support that
migration.  Numerous examples of cloud migration with technical migration
details are included.

Cloud technology is a tremendous opportunity for an
organization to reduce IT costs, and to improve productivity with increased
access, simpler administration and improved services.  Those businesses
that embrace the advantages of the cloud will receive huge rewards in
productivity and lower total cost of ownership over those businesses that
choose to ignore it.

The challenge for those charged with implementing Microsoft
Office 365 is to leverage these advantages with the minimal disruption of their
organization.  This book provides practical help in moving your business
to the Cloud and covers the planning, migration and the follow on management of
the Office 365 Cloud services.

What you’ll learn
-Overview of Microsoft Office 365's operation and usage for
any size enterprise

-Methods of planning and migration

-Office 365 management best practices

-Using Office 365 SharePoint to improve business processes

-Troubleshooting Office 365 installations

-Using Compliance, eDiscovery and Data Loss Prevention tools

-Office 365-site management best practices for IT
administrators and business owners
Who this book is for
Small-enterprise IT professionals and business owners who have the admin responsibilities for their business-IT needs. These people need refined reference information on basic set-up and configuration for their Office 365 installations, as well as best-practice-driven instruction on managing and troubleshooting their systems.

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Thanks. Just what I need.

I don't know when this was published, but Office365 was overhauled last March and I experienced 8 months of incorrect information on how to do things because all of the documentation was for the old Office365. Though the concepts may be the same the actuall way to do things is significantly different and horribly frustrating when you don't have the right documentation. Further, Microsoft support is the absolute worst. I would strongly encourage anyone to migrate to Google Apps for Business instead of Office 365. It is hands down a better product and better supported.

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