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01 Jun 2012

Circle IT successfully complete new Microsoft Office 365 Projects

The first a 35 employee renewal energy firm and a 119 engineering firm.

Forewind Ltd, who Circle IT provide managed IT support and services for have created a virtualised Dell server and EqualLogic storage infrastrucutre and have chosen to implement Microsoft Office 365 due to its high availability and device compatibility. Due to the nature of the companies work, collating and storing survey and assessment data for the world's largest offshore wind farm development this was extremely important.

Laura Feather IT administrator for Forewind commented "Circle IT is extremely professional and helped us to plan the transition in advance, they have liased with Microsoft on our behalf to help save time and resource."

S Dudley and Sons Ltd, chose to move from their existing Microsoft BPOS system to Microsoft Office 365 due to the new features and functionality offered, especially in realtion to the email system that Office 365 provides.

Circle IT liased with S Dudley and Sons and Microsoft to ensure all hardware was up to date and to train the users to ensure the transitions was smooth and seamless.

If your company is thinking about Microsoft Office 365 and how it can work for you then please contact Circle IT for a no obligation consultation.

About Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 makes seamless collaboration a reality. It's a cloud based collaboration suite that combines familiar solutions to make it easier for your people to talk to each other and work together - from virtually anywhere. Freedom of anywhere access and enterprise-grade security go hand-in-hand. Collaborate in the cloud with Office, Exchange, Sharepoint and Lync. We'll help you experience how much faster your business can get ahead when it all works together.


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