Microsoft has recently revealed that monthly subscription costs for Office 365 licensing will increase by 20% from July this year.
So, what exactly has been announced by Microsoft in simple terms?
As of July 2022, all existing Cloud Service Provider seat-based subscriptions will need to be renewed in the new commerce which will mean that the monthly term offers will go back to being priced at a premium, leading to an extra cost for your business going forwards.
So, what do I do if my business is impacted by this increased cost?
The best action that your small and medium sized business can take will be to talk to Advantage asap to review your Office 365 New Commerce migration options in order to avoid being impacted by the 20% increase in monthly charges. As well as this, as a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider, Advantage has access to a whole host of exclusive Office 365 offers that can lead to savings for your business that even Microsoft can't match if you go to them directly for the same thing.
If you are a small and medium business that is worried or concerned that you could or maybe impacted by the 20% increase in monthly costs for Office 365 licenses or are looking to migrate Office 365 to the Cloud or require any other Cloud-based services or are considering your options when it comes to digitalising your business then give our team of IT experts a call today to discuss how we can save your business money despite this increase.
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