The more you use Office 365, the better it gets. All your applications. All your reports. Your entire operation in one place. Our team is based in Toronto and we have years of expertise in Office 365 and Azure migration and support.
Migrate workloads from your local or managed server to Microsoft Azure. Cloud computing with Azure tends to be less expensive and more secure, reliable, and flexible than on-premises servers. With an ever-expanding set of cloud computing services, your business will experience the benefits of increased productivity, enhanced security and competitive pricing.
We can securely migrate your current system into Azure and the Office 365 suite, with minimal time and stress. We’ll make migrating to Office 365 easy and ensure your business is uninterrupted in the process.
Your data is important and keeping it safe during an Office 365 or Azure migration is crucial. You need a service provider you can trust. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner we can ensure you have a smooth migration and that you get the support you need to run Azure and Office 365 after the migration. We’ll protect your data and your productivity.
“The entire migration, from A to Z, could not have gone any better. The attention to detail, planning and execution was the best I’ve ever experienced in my 30+ years. All users are now using the MS Cloud with no significant concerns, and all other third-party interfaces are seamless. Clearly, the pre and post customer service addressed all user needs. I’d also like to specifically highlight the exemplary service from our account rep, who has almost become one of the TICO team (we may even have him back to celebrate his birthday along with the other staff). No question was too big, too small, trivial or complex. Your team provided superb service throughout this journey. Personally, I am impressed by the quality of service and the product-rich features this solution provides. All-in-all, a first-class job; well done; just wish we had done it sooner!”
–Richard Smart | Travel Industry Council of Ontario”