Microsoft 365 Design

Microsoft 365 is easy to setup poorly and difficult to setup well. Its breadth and depth of functionality, and its evergreen nature makes it difficult to configure effectively and hence deliver business value.
It may appear that you can use Microsoft 365 applications and services like SharePoint and Teams out-of-the-box. But left to grow organically without proper thought and planning, your Microsoft 365 environment can quickly become an unmanageable source of risk. This can leave you open to data security issues, data breaches, poor data quality, and lead you to invest in add-on applications that are costly and often unnecessary.

Our Solution

Metataxis has worked on over forty SharePoint and Microsoft 365 implementations, and because of this we have a deep understanding and extensive experience of making Microsoft 365, Teams and SharePoint work in the real world. Our advice will ensure that your Microsoft 365 implementation delivers maximum benefits to your organisation and is usable and sustainable over time. 

What we can deliver

  • Microsft 365 vision, strategy and business case
  • Microsft 365 information architecture
  • Intranet and extranet implementations
  • Document and records management systems
  • Enterprise content management portals
  • SharePoint and Teams information architectures
  • Compliance Centre configuration
  • Microsoft 365 governance policies

The Outcome

When properly architected, implemented, and managed, Microsoft 365 can be a powerful tool to support you in your management of information. With Metataxis you will not only reduce compliance risks, but there will be no more missed opportunities as you will know how best to use the Microsoft apps to your advantage. Your information will be well-governed, so you can use it to its greatest business value.

To find out more about how we can help you, get in touch at info@metataxis.com.

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