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Focusing on your organization's business resilience has never been so critical to success. Many organizations will have been forced by COVID-19 to work sub-optimally and will be urgently looking for ways to protect themselves in the future. You need to be able to have continuity of operations in times of crisis, providing “access anywhere” to large numbers, if not all, of your workforce so that they can work from home or on the move. So what does business resilience mean to an organization?

A resilient business will have a plan to achieve a clear goal with flexibility in deviating this plan should the need arise. The business will be able to sufficiently look ahead to anticipate and plan for likely risks. They will therefore have the ability to quickly adapt to a change and withstand a shock.

Critical to any business resilience plan is to have a Cloud Office environment, such as #Microsoft365. These environments offer access anywhere capability and in turn deliver much better business continuity with only slight differences to working from an office. Those businesses that proactively invoked their business resilience plans and who already operated within #Microsoft365 have been operating a full or near full service during the past few months.

When developing your business resilience plan and move to Microsoft 365 we encourage you not to forget the migration of your email archives to the Cloud. There are many benefits of migrating your emails archives as highlighted in our blog ‘Don’t forget your email archive.'

Our team of experts understands the importance of business resilience and moving all your data as part of a Cloud migration, including your email archives. We have a wealth of experience in migrating email archives in complex global environments using world-leading migration software from our Partner #TransVault.

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