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Microsoft 365 Migration

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The cloud took the tech field by storm and when we look at how impactful a good use of the cloud can be, it’s not hard to see why. About 94% of all companies are using cloud services, and migrating to the cloud has helped businesses unlock 11% more growth year-over-year.

And while using the cloud at all is a powerful business strategy, not all cloud services pack the same punch. Our team was an early adopter of the cloud, so we’ve had a lot of time to figure out which cloud services are the best for our clients—small and medium-sized businesses like yours.

We’ll dive a little deeper into why we think M365 is the top cloud contender and why completing a Microsoft 365 Migration would be a smart decision for you and your business.

What Tech Challenges Are Making It Hard to Be a Business Owner?

There’s no lack of trends and new tech solutions in the business world. But with all of these new advances being introduced into your workflow, there’s also a lot of pressure for you to avoid the following pitfalls.

Data Security

Your data is your most important asset, and the privacy of that information is very important to consumers. Cybercriminals are always finding new ways (or making the old ways better) to access your information.

Digital Transformation

While you don’t always have to have the latest and greatest, imagine if you hired someone to mow your lawn and they showed up with a pair of scissors. There are simple, effective technologies that can change the way you do business and help you serve your customers better.


While data security is a more narrow term that refers to a business’s information, cybersecurity refers to that information and the systems that host it. So things like hardware, software, your network—the vastness of cyberspace. Considering how much of our lives happen online, there are lots of different avenues to defend.

Remote Workforce

Those in-office snacks just can’t beat working in your sweatpants and avoiding a long commute—65% of employees say they’d like to work from home 100% of the time. But at-home work does come with a few unique challenges, like network security and successful BYOD (bring your own device) policies.

How Can a Microsoft 365 Migration Help?

Better Collaboration

Whether your team is completely remote or you have everyone in the office, M365 allows employees to access and work on data in real time. There’s no need for faxing, emailing, or printing. You can schedule and hold meetings, share files, and more—all from a single platform..

Enhanced Security

Microsoft 365 comes equipped with built-in data protection software, making sure your information is safe at all times. There’s also integrated threat monitoring that keeps you ahead of the latest cyber threats and helps you stay compliant with industry and government compliance regulations.

Improved Productivity

Microsoft 365 has tons of applications and features to help you work smarter, not harder. There are AI-powered tools for managing your workload, integrating with other services like Salesforce or SAP, or automating address book updates.

Reduced Costs

With less hardware and software to manage, along with lower IT staffing requirements, Microsoft 365 keeps your costs down. Plus, you get 24/7 support and access to cloud-based resources, making it easier than ever to scale up or down as needed.

How We Can Help You With Microsoft 365 Migration

No matter where you’re starting, we can help you migrate to Microsoft 365 and take advantage of all the benefits the platform has to offer. Our team of experts will work with you from start to finish, ensuring a smooth transition and helping you get set up for success on M365.

We’ve successfully migrated business from GSuite, Dropbox, and on-premise solutions with email, files, and physical storage. If you’re like most small businesses, you’re probably using several different software platforms to run your operations. This can lead to a lot of wasted time and money, not to mention frustration.

A better solution is to consolidate your platforms into one, unified Microsoft 365 environment. This will save you time and money, all while making it easier to collaborate with your team. When you need an expert to handle your Microsoft 365 migration or get you set up with cloud services, we’d love to help you at Stability Networks.

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Why SMBs Love Stability Networks As Their M365 Partner

The reason why we love M365 so much? The cloud gives small businesses the power to compete with the big guys, without all of the costs and headaches. Our tech experts have years of experience working in M365 environments, from cloud migration services to disaster recovery planning and support. We’ll help you get up and running quickly and make sure your team is fully trained and comfortable with the platform. As we mentioned earlier, we jumped on the Microsoft 365 train early. We’ve been in business for over 25 years, and we’re proud to have multiple M365 certifications. 

Stability Networks can help you migrate to Microsoft 365 and consolidate your tools into one. We have years of experience in Microsoft 365 migration and are proud to be multiple-certificate holders by Microsoft. Schedule a consultation today, and let us help you take advantage of all the benefits M365 has to offer!

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