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I have got several small businesses. I would like to migrate 15 users to the cloud. The problem is that I am not familiar with this technology. I have already tested Office 365 once, but it is quite expensive. I find it hard to implement and can't find a decent up to date Office 365 Azure book. I would like to use a cloud environment for data sharing, backup, email, may printing and user access. Anyone who can help me with tips and or advice? Thanks.

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I think the best thing for you is to do a pilot study on the objectives you are trying to achieve. You should think about how your services are going to be accessed from your clients. Such as Apps on desktops Vs. Apps on mobile devices. Google has all the apps I think your going to need to start a study. Just because you tasted 365 don’t let the seeds spoil the taste of the Mellon. Every cloud vendor will let you do a pilot study as well as share other pilot studies.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    As you don't have enough knowledge, it is not possible to provide a good reply against your query. And also you wanted almost free/cheapest one. While you described several services. Other than office365 / azure, there are more like Amazon AWS or google cloud services. But it is better to consult with a good consultant and ask for the same. You can get better idea/pricing.
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  • amygirlboss
    G Suite for business might be a better option. They have Vault for retaining emails and now documents. 
    I have used both Office 365 and G Suite - personally, I like Office 365 better because they do not sell any of your data. I feel it is more secure (although it's cloud-based, so about as secure as you could be). Remember, that you get what you pay for. As Subhendu Sen said, you may just want to hire a consultant to do the initial setup. Maintaining either one is simple enough.
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  • TheRealRaven
    The experience of Office 365  being "quite expensive" should tell you almost everything you need to know. That's particularly true due to the range of activities you expect.
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