Microsoft 356

EOH NS Access to Microsoft 365 services

Concerned about quality and cost when accessing Office 365?

Office 365 is secure, anywhere access to email and calendars, Office Web Apps, instant messaging, conferencing, and file sharing. It improves productivity, provides IT peace of mind, and reduces total cost of ownership compared to similar on-premises implementation. Your employees can get their work done securely and communicate real-time from almost anywhere. This cloud-based solution is becoming a viable replacement for the traditional software purchase and licensing model.

The challenge for South African companies is that the Cloud platform is based in Ireland, requiring large amounts of expensive Internet bandwidth to access Microsoft Office 365 services.

But there is another way…


We can give you better Microsoft Office 365 access

EOH Network Solutions has a peering relationship with Microsoft around its Office 365 suite of online productivity tools. With that in mind, we’ve brought Microsofts suite of Cloud services to you, by making them available as an On Net service in South Africa.

Our aim is to remove the barriers to accessing these services.

By making Microsofts Cloud services available in South Africa, we are eliminating the single largest bottleneck for clients evaluating these solutions – International Bandwidth. This solution is provided for large scale EOH Microsoft solution rollouts, and is delivered through our own dedicated Metro Fibre network anywhere in the country.


How your company will benefit

  • Low latency and high quality
  • You can get dedicated, uncapped, uncontended bandwidth to connect to Microsoft’s 365 platform
  • Better connectivity performance

This service is available to any company in South Africa that purchases Microsoft 365 from EOH.

All link options discussed are subject to a feasibility study, especially in the case of Metro Fibre or Metro Wireless.


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