Microsoft Cloud Manager: Office 365 Setup & Migration Service – Charity Digital News


Why choose Microsoft’s 365 cloud?

For charities of all sizes, Office 365 can be a cost-effective alternative to maintaining software or servers. Hosting all the business applications you’re used to in the cloud comes with many advantages such as flexibility, security and the ability to access your important files and tools from anywhere.

For more information on Office 365 and what it can do for your organisation including key benefits, features and pricing plans, visit our Office 365 product page.

Why use Charity Digital for your move?

We’ve been supporting the charity sector with digital since 2001, helping good causes to save more than £220m by bridging the gap between charities and technology companies.

Our friendly tech support team are experienced at taking the hassle out of technology set-up and configuration, helping you to get started and seeing the benefits to your cause as soon as possible.

If you are already registered on the Charity Digital Exchange programme, your charity can start benefiting from the features of Office 365 straight away.

How do I move to Office 365?

As an official Microsoft Cloud-Services Provider, we can help you streamline your charity’s journey to the cloud.

We take responsibility for your Office 365 setup, taking it from start to finish, from validation and choosing the right tools in the Office 365 ecosystem to setting up your user accounts and ensuring everything is configured and ready to go.

Migration to the cloud can be complex: we also offer migration support for a limited number of users, taking charge of the process of moving your data from your current setup into the Microsoft cloud.

Office 365 setup and migration services for charities

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