Navigating the various Microsoft site license options for schools can be tedious, but here at Genesis Technologies we have you covered.
Cloud has quickly become a buzz word in IT and many companies are using the Cloud in one form or another. The most common use of the Cloud is for storage because it is much more convenient than traditional storage and many people believed it was more secure. With recent news coming out about files saved to the Cloud being compromised the question needs to be asked: How do you protect the data you have saved to the cloud?
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For schools, Microsoft 365 A3 is the most comprehensive, easy to manage and complete package when licensing your campus with Microsoft software.
Microsoft 365 A1 is an exception among the offer Microsoft 365 products because it is licensed per device instead of your knowledge worker count. The benefit of device licensing is you only pay for what you need. So if you primarily use Chromebooks or Macs, you can license your Windows Devices, instead of licensing the entire school. The other benefit of Microsoft 365 A1 is that it is not a subscription. Each license will cover a machine for 6 years, which is usually the lifetime of that device.