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Vice President of Software Business Development
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Office 365 Transition Potholes

Avoid Obstacles on the Road to Success

by Patrick Renzi | 05.18.16

It’s a question I get asked just about every time I speak to someone regarding Office 365. What questions should I be asking about the transition? What should I look out for? What is going to happen that I am not expecting? Well that’s the thing: not knowing what to expect makes it awfully hard to plan what to do when it happens. But what if you had a Magic 8-Ball? Something that could warn you of what might happen, before it does. Sadly, such a device doesn’t exist. But where there is no magic, there is Connection—armed with the experts to help you find the answers you’re looking for. Let’s start with some things about Office 365 that may not be completely advertised.

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Office 365

Make the Most of Your Move to Office 365

Avoid These Gotchas for a Better Migration Experience

by Lane Shelton | 12.23.15

While Microsoft Office 365, the cloud version of Microsoft Office has a long way to go before it catches up to its on-premise sibling—1.2 billion users—it is quickly gathering momentum, having added 6 million new customers in the last 6 months for a grand total of 18.2 million users. Adding a million customers a month is not too shabby. If you're considering making the move to Office 365, here are a few of the obstacles you need to avoid to ensure a successful migration.

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Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project: The Bigger Picture

Take the Pain out of PMM

by Matt Smith | 11.03.15

Project portfolio management (PPM) is nothing new. Businesses have been using it for countless ages to keep track projects, hours, costs–you name it. The advent of the PC saw PPM move to a digital format. And as the workforce became more mobile and distributed, PPM in turn became an even more important part of daily office life.

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Could a Microsoft EA Save You 45%?

Give Us 5 Minutes and Find Out

by Lane Shelton | 04.01.15

I can’t promise you that one blog post is going to give you all the information you need about Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement (EA). But I can promise that you’ll learn about a tool that allows you to quickly find out if you should even consider Microsoft EA. And why would you? That’s an easy one, because under the right circumstances, hands down, an enterprise agreement can save you as much as 45%. Our team developed this assessment tool to get you started and it only takes about 5 minutes. Promise. Keep reading for all the specifics.

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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

Why It’s Not Just for Big Business

by Courtney Taylor | 11.20.14

Cloud computing can seem overwhelming. Recently, I had a conversation with a gentleman while waiting for takeout at a local Chinese restaurant. Our conversation started with the weather, then our kids, before it progressed to our line of work. He revealed that he owned a small, abstract, architectural firm. It’s here, where I found myself talking about how great the cloud was. It was pretty apparent he didn’t understand why I wanted to tell him about the cloud and all its advantages.

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