A new service designed to help businesses migrate critical services to the Cloud has been launched by Cloud Technology Solutions (CTS). The service Go Google, is the first-of-its-kind specifically designed as a one-stop-shop for businesses looking to easily and cost-effectively migrate to the Cloud.
James Doggart, Managing Director of CTS explained. “Our Go Google offering is unique - it is the only service in the world where an organisation can purchase Google Apps, get set-up, migrated, supported and trained all in one place. This will change the way businesses migrate to the Cloud as it is all done online. So there is no need to speak to a sales person or have endless meetings to scope the project out and then manage it.”
Such a unique service is possible because of CTS’ CloudMigrator solution, the world’s leading Google Apps migration tool. It is the only solution that can migrate from all major e-mail platforms and has already helped migrate nearly 1 million users to the Cloud from organisations of all sizes across the globe.
James continued: “We have deliberately unpicked traditional IT models with this approach. It offers the easiest and most cost-effective way of migrating to the Cloud and because it is scalable it works if an organisation has one user or 10,000. What’s more, there are no hidden costs or add-ons. It costs £60 per user for the first year and then reduces in subsequent years. We even offer a free trial so organisations can see the benefits before they sign-up.”
As well as providing access to all the Google Apps for Business tools including Gmail, Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Chat and Google+ with hangouts, the service also includes full training and support.
“Training and support are an important part of the overall package,” concluded James. “They help to ensure that users can quickly get to grips with the new applications and ensure their organisation can enjoy the collaboration benefits that Google Apps delivers. We are so confident that people will benefit from Google Apps that we’ll even pay for a company to migrate. If they sign up we’ll give them Google Apps free for a month, only after then will they be asked to pay. So really, it is a no-risk offer.”