Optimize Solutions through Technology Upgrades
Our successful implementation of Office 365 last year is what gave Mecklenburg County the confidence to look at, and implement other Microsoft offerings. Gone are the days of “email jail” for our employees, as each employee enjoys a 50 GB mail box. Couple that with 1 TB of storage with OneDrive for Business, and five licenses of Office 2013 Professional for each employee to use as needed and it was a win for everyone. By leveraging the tiered licensing options with Office 365 we are able to contain our licensing costs by providing full time county employees different license SKU, compared to non-county employees.
Our partnership with Microsoft has enabled Mecklenburg County to drastically reduce and streamline the offerings to our customers. We are constantly working with Microsoft to leverage new technology as they become available. The next big initiative will be moving to their Enterprise Mobility Suite. This will allow us to manage non domain joined devices effortlessly.
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