CloudM, a global, market-leading software house, has announced that its CloudManager product is now available worldwide for Microsoft Office 365.
CloudManager is currently used by more than 2,000 organisations and over 1 million users worldwide and will now allow users to manage and monitor their Microsoft Office 365 domain. The product empowers users across both enterprise and smaller organizations; from automating complex admin tasks for IT administrators and managers to enabling seamless collaboration for end users.
This announcement follows the news that CloudM’s migration product, CloudMigrator, is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
CloudManager harnesses the migration technology of sister product CloudMigrator, meaning businesses can consolidate their administration and migration needs under one product offering, streamlining the process of data management and providing more efficient management of Office 365 licensing.
Gary Bennion, chief product officer at CloudM, said: “We are always looking for ways to improve the process of managing data across a range of cloud platforms. Allowing companies to save time and money by enabling easy user lifecycle management and domain monitoring.
“Launching CloudManager to the Microsoft market is a key development in achieving this goal and gives us the opportunity to reach a diverse range of exciting organizations that could really benefit from this technology.
“CloudM has successfully migrated more than 9 million users from 81 countries to the cloud, and it is this experience that has allowed us to innovate and combine our offering to streamline the migration and data management process.
“This feels like a natural development for the organization following the announcement that we have also launched our CloudMigrator product in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, offering the unique opportunity to integrate the two technologies.
“We’re looking forward to establishing a strong base in the Microsoft space, and continuing to expand our product offering in this market.”