Charity technology myth 3

Deborah Jepson

Moving to the cloud is complex

Our latest blog series examines the preconceptions that could prevent your charity or not for profit organisation from adopting the cloud and enjoying the advantages it has to offer. This is the third post in the series from guest writer, Nick Banks, Business Development Manager, Tech For Social Impact at Microsoft, which discusses the common misconception that it is really complicated to migrate the Microsoft cloud.

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Charity technology myth 3: Moving to the cloud is too complex

It’s understandable that the thought of moving your data to the cloud can seem like a mammoth task, especially for those charities who already have their hands full serving a growing number of needs with a limited number of resources.

However, you don’t have to move everything at once. You can ease your way into the cloud and keep some workloads on premises if you prefer. A relatively quick and easy first step to the cloud is to deploy Microsoft 365 Business Premium. Microsoft 365 Business Premium brings together best-in-class Office apps and powerful cloud services with comprehensive security that helps protect your charity against advanced cyber threats.

Using the online tool, FastTrack for Microsoft 365, charities can also accelerate cloud deployment and end-user adoption while minimising the impact on your hardworking staff.

Interested to learn more?

Hopefully, this article has helped dispel the charity technology myth 3 that moving to the cloud is too complex.

As a leading Microsoft not for profit and charity partner, our experts here at AspiraCloud can to help you migrate to the at your own pace. We also provide IT Support and training and can even introduce you to Microsoft grants and discounts, so you can cost effectively make the move to the cloud.

If you would like to learn how your charity can accelerate your move to the cloud, the AspiraCloud team can help you get started. Simply contact us today to start making the move. And don’t forget to look out for our next blog discussing the next myth!