BluegrassNet is Louisville’s leading Authorized Sales and Support Specialist for Microsoft Office365.

When people talk about Cloud computing, they are talking about services like Office365. This is a subscription based way for a business to utilize Microsoft’s very popular Office suite of applications AND MUCH MORE. Office 365 delivers a rich set of productivity-enhancing features:

  • Get enterprise-grade email that’s available virtually everywhere you need to be.
  • Host effective online meetings with audio, HD video, and screen sharing.
  • Easily build and maintain a public-facing website, with no additional hosting fees.
  • Easily share files with colleagues inside and outside your organization and control who has access.
  • Get up and running in minutes and simplify management with web-based administration.

You can check out what Office 365 can offer your business by visiting this website:

Learn About Office365

If you decide to move forward, contact BluegrassNet and we will handle the entire process for you. You will always pay the same price as you would going directly through Microsoft. Some of the Office365 support roles we fulfill:

  • Local partner to make signing up and getting started easier.
  • Manage your DNS migration.
  • Execute e-mail system conversion from your current set up to the Cloud.
  • Integrate your Active Directory settings to mesh with your new Cloud services (security).
  • See that your printers, scanners, and other local devices are working properly under the new Office 365 set up.
  • Make sure your SmartPhones are working properly with the new setup as well.

We are Microsoft Office 365 Support Specialists: Migrating your current systems and data (such as e-mail, archives, file servers) over to the Google cloud can sometimes be a confusing process, that’s why BluegrassNet exists. We are here to help you in this process.

If you would like to see how we can help, either e-mail: office365@bluegrass.net, or call us at 502-589-4638 to get the process started.

 

 

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