The System Built for Businesses. Elevate with Microsoft 365 Solutions

Any organisation looking to migrate to Microsoft to unlock the full potential of their business can rely on Clearsky IT support. Microsoft 365’s comprehensive services ensure seamless collaboration, enhanced productivity, and robust security for your business. Sound appealing? Get in touch for advice and support today.

Key Benefits:

  • Synchronised Mailboxes: Access your emails from any device, anywhere.
  • Sharing Calendars and Mailboxes: Improve team collaboration and efficiency.
  • Scope to effectively use Microsoft native tools to backup everything in your business.

Clearsky can provide licences for all Microsoft 365 business tiers. Our support extends to your entire 365 tenant, though we recommend purchasing licences through us to keep it all under one roof. We also strongly advise clients have email, OneDrive, and Teams backup for comprehensive data protection.

Frequently asked Microsoft 365 questions

Why do I need Microsoft 365 backup?

Microsoft 365 offers robust cloud services, but it does not provide comprehensive backup and recovery options. Relying solely on Microsoft’s default retention policies might leave your data vulnerable to accidental deletion, ransomware, or other forms of data loss. A dedicated backup solution ensures that your data is secure, easily recoverable, and protected from such threats, giving you peace of mind and compliance with data retention policies.

What are the benefits of synchronised mailboxes?

Synchronised mailboxes allow for seamless access and management of emails across multiple devices. This ensures that emails, calendar events, and contacts are consistently updated in real-time, regardless of the device used. Benefits include increased productivity, better collaboration among team members, and improved email management, as you can respond to and organize emails from any device without missing important information.

What is the difference between Microsoft 365 and Office 365?

Microsoft 365 is an all-encompassing subscription service that includes Office 365 applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), Windows 10 or 11, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. Office 365, on the other hand, refers specifically to the suite of productivity apps and cloud services. Microsoft 365 provides a more integrated and secure environment for businesses by combining productivity tools with advanced security and device management features.

Does a Microsoft business licence mean that my data is backed up?

No, a Microsoft business license does not automatically include full backup services. While Microsoft 365 includes basic data retention and protection measures, it does not replace the need for a comprehensive backup solution. To ensure your data is fully protected against accidental deletion, corruption, or cyber-attacks, a third-party backup service is recommended.

Can I access emails from any device?

Yes, with Microsoft 365, you can access your emails from any device with an internet connection. Microsoft 365 is designed to be device-agnostic, meaning you can check, send, and manage your emails from desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This flexibility enhances productivity and ensures you stay connected with your team and clients, no matter where you are.

How does Microsoft 365 integrate with other business tools and applications?

Microsoft 365 integrates seamlessly with a wide range of business tools and applications, including CRM systems like Salesforce, project management tools like Trello, and collaboration platforms like Slack. These integrations enhance your workflow by allowing data to flow smoothly between different systems, reducing manual data entry, and improving overall efficiency.

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Christy, Microsoft 365 Specialist

With over 20 years of experience in Microsoft solutions, we can ensure your transition to MS365 is smooth and efficient, and that you get 100% of the value from your licence.

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