Organizations worldwide are quickly adopting cloud computing in order to stay ahead of a hyper-competitive business landscape. The immediate draw to cloud computing is clear – reduced total cost of ownership and less hardware for IT administrators to maintain. Utilizing the cloud to host Microsoft SharePoint through Microsoft Office 365 can significantly reduce cost and improve global access to SharePoint content. However, it also introduces administrative challenges as hosting content on managed servers and applications typically results in reduced administrative control over cloud-based assets. Regardless of where enterprise content is hosted, enterprises must still find ways to implement organizational governance and compliance policies for content security; content and site structure; and data recovery. It is imperative that an organization's infrastructure be as nimble and flexible as the knowledge workers it supports in order to properly accommodate evolving business requirements.
Join AvePoint in this informative webcast where we’ll discuss:
- Why moving to the cloud may (or may not) be the right decision for your organization
- Best practices for managing SharePoint Online to maintain the same level of control over cloud-based assets as with on-premises solutions
- DocAve Online, AvePoint’s Software-as-a-Service platform, which offers powerful backup, administration, and management capabilities for Office 365 – SharePoint Online environments
About the Presenter
Shyam Oza is a Senior Product Manager at AvePoint, working directly with global organizations - many of which are in the Fortune 500 - on crafting new deployment strategies utilizing hybrid and cloud environments with Microsoft technologies. His expertise and passion for being at the leading edge of new application delivery models, including mobile and social, has garnered him speaking opportunities throughout the country. Shyam studied Information Systems, specializing in Communications and Command and Control at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.