Office 365: Migrating and Managing your Business in the Cloud

Book Type: Related Books
Category: IT Best Practices

Those businesses that manage the cloud migration will receive huge rewards in productivity and lower total cost of ownership than those businesses that choose to ignore it. The challenge for IT professionals is to manage the business migration with solutions that provide the best for on-premise and off-premise equipment. The driving force in cloud migrations is efficient utilization of cloud resources to reduce the operating cost of the business.

This book provides you with the business and technical insight necessary to migrate your business to the cloud.  This is a practical look at cloud migration and the use of different technologies to support that migration. Numerous examples of cloud migration with technical migration details are included for the business owner and the IT professional.

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About the Author(s)

Matt Katzer

Matt Katzer is a veteran of embedded technology development, from Ford's 1978 (Electronic Engine Control) EEC-II controlling air-fuel ratios and automation controls at GM, to working on the first 1" laptop in partnership with Sharp. His expertise and innovations have resulted in 19 domestic and international patents in related areas.

He has contributed to computing innovations as engineer and manager, influencing strategic direction as well as product development. Matt created KAMIND in 1998 to provide out sourced IT managed solutions using Microsoft and Intel Technologies for small and medium-size businesses. In addition, Matt holds a BSEE from the University of Michigan and an Executive MBA from the University of Oregon.

Don Crawford

Don Crawford brings over 40 years of experience developing database systems, online systems, networks and security, business and project management, and strategic planning. He has worked for Fortune 100 companies to start-ups and organizations including local government in Oregon, Software AG, First Interstate Bank, Tektronix, CACI, OHSU, and LocalDial. He built a consulting business supporting industries including hospitals and medical organizations, technology companies, service companies, start-ups and nonprofits. Don is partner in KAMIND.