2 things you need to know when switching to Office 365

Switching from Office on premises to Office 365 (O365) seems like a natural step—it’s the future of Microsoft, comes with tons of great benefits, and it allows you to work from a user-based system, rather than a device-based system. In most cases, you get more overall value out of the program.

However, switching from a device-based program to a user-based program, and from an ownership model to a subscription one, doesn’t always go smoothly. Processes like installation, true up, and licensing often look similar to what you’re used to, but need to be handled differently with O365.

To help you escape these mistakes—or recognize that you might be making them—here are two of the most common differences users face when switching to O365. Continue Reading…

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