Is it possible to implement an Office 365-ready network, at scale, without a proof-of-concept (PoC)? Your CIO has tapped you to lead the effort to move to Office 365. Realizing it’s a great opportunity and distinction in your career; you reply with, “Sure, I’ll make sure it is a total success!” and then note that a PoC will not be needed. Bold move...and here’s why. First, let’s consider the following:
The CIO (and more often than not the business itself) has likely already made up his/her/their mind that the future is, without a doubt, running Office 365.
Office 365 is not a concept—it works! It also doesn’t need to be proven to scale—it scales just fine, as has been proven in many very large organizations.
If the project fails to scale for your organization, you can bet the blame won’t fall to Microsoft or the company executives who selected it, but rather to the implementer’s ability to achieve success in the environment. And isn’t this always how it goes?
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