Managed hosting and cloud services provider Datapipe
has announced it is offering a managed Microsoft Office 365 option. Datapipe, which has headquarters in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, bills itself as a company that ‘architects, deploys and manages multi-platform hybrid IT solutions for the enterprise, including traditional IT, public, private and hybrid clouds’. It offers a wide range of managed services to companies in a number of industries through data centers across the United States, in Asia, and in Europe.
Datapipe’s services include CloudIT, compliance, storage, security and database solutions alongside services designed for government agencies. Its managed solutions also extend to Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Content Delivery (CDN). Its new managed Microsoft Office 365 service enables enterprises to “maximize their Office 365 platform in the cloud”.
As a member of Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider Program, Datapipe is able to offer its customers direct support for Microsoft solutions and bill them directly for services. Datapipe Managed Cloud for Office 365 provides enterprises with a wide range of productivity, communication and collaboration tools through the Microsoft Office suite - a tool that has been popular in the workplace for a number of decades. Datapipe’s infrastructure has been optimized to provide an ideal Microsoft Office 365 environment. The service is underpinned by ongoing support including migration, patching, and upgrade support.
“Like many of our Microsoft-specific solutions, Datapipe Managed Cloud for Office 365 alleviates the burden of management by acting as an extension of that clients’ IT team,” explained Datapipe’s Director of Messaging Services, Will Taborda. “Combining our experience with Microsoft Exchange with more than 10 years of designing and managing Microsoft based IT solutions lets us assist with almost every aspect of administration – from migration, to deployment, to training for new features and upgrades. Enterprises that use this service have very little to worry about when it comes to their Office 365 environment.”Do you know of any other companies offering Office 365 options? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.