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Renew to the Cloud :: Save 20% with Microsoft

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Now through July 31, 2015 Microsoft has an incentive to move your business to the cloud using Office 365. If you purchase Office 365 through Open Value or Open Value Subscription you will receive 15% off Enterprise E3 licenses or 20% off ProPlus licenses for your entire first year of service. Now you can bring enterprise grade services to your organization using Office 365 at an affordable price.

If you’re still unsure whether you want to move your entire business to the cloud, you can pick and choose the workloads that stay on premise and the ones that you move to the cloud. For example, you can still maintain your annuity agreement for on-premise purchases and continue to enjoy the volume discounts and software assurance while only moving your email workload to the cloud. Whatever makes the most sense for your business, an Office 365 migration can be tailored to your unique and exact business needs. Below is a Microsoft comparison chart of both license offerings:

Important terms and conditions to remember:
  • Must purchase ProPlus or Enterprise E3 licensing agreements before, or on, July 31st, 2015
  • Minimum of 5 seats and a maximum of 250 seats
  • Available on the Open Value and Open Value Subscription price lists
IT Resource has extensive experience, including over 100 successful Office 365 migrations for small to mid-size businesses. Our consistent processes ensure a smooth migration from start to finish - including training and documentation for employees. Contact us today and we’ll have one our sales executives get in touch with you. They can determine the best route for your business and put together an action plan. And remember, this promotion is only good through July 31st and now is the time to begin planning.
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