Microsoft Cloud Solutions

Microsoft Cloud Solutions: Decrease Costs and Improve Efficiency

SADA System’s comprehensive white-glove services are custom-tailored to your organization’s unique needs. From cloud advisory and technology consulting to managing big data, driving insights, and providing cutting-edge security, we’re here to enable your long-term growth and business transformation. As an expert Microsoft Cloud Solutions partner, SADA System’s can transform your organization into a digital company by developing new capabilities and enabling innovative ways to evolve your business. Our goal is to empower you to stay competitive in an ever-changing market while ensuring you get the ROI on your technology investments.

Which Microsoft Solution Fits Your Needs?


Create value for your customers and maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world with SADA Systems, a premier Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) holding multiple Gold competencies. As a full-service, expert solutions partner, we implement transformative Microsoft software solutions designed to usher your organization into the digital age. By developing new capabilities and enabling new ways to grow your business, we empower you to stay competitive in an ever-changing market while ensuring you get the ROI on your technology investments.

SADA’s certified team of Microsoft Partner Professionals (P-Sellers) delivers on all Microsoft cloud products, including Microsoft 365, Office 365, SharePoint Online, Skype for Business, Teams, Power BI, Dynamics 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Azure. We have a proven track record in enterprise consulting, cloud platform migration, custom application development, managed services, user adoption and change management.


Microsoft Cloud Solutions - Digital Transformation For Your Business

Microsoft Cloud Computing

SADA Systems is a premier Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider driving digital transformation through cloud based solutions and services.

Terms to Know

Cloud Computing: the delivery of computing services—servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and more—over the Internet (“the cloud”)

Change Management: a systematic approach to dealing with the transition or transformation of an organization’s goals, processes or technologies. The purpose of change management is to implement strategies for effecting change, controlling change and helping people to adapt to change.

Cloud Consulting: the business of providing consultation in utilizing and implementing cloud computing to meet business needs. Cloud consultants can advise on all types of cloud platforms such as public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud

Office 365 Features that Make All the Difference


Microsoft Office 365 for Enterprise is packed with a variety of innovative business solutions and features designed to help your organization thrive in today’s competitive business world. These enterprise-grade cloud solutions empower your company to work smarter, strategize skillfully, and create a foundation for success that will serve your organization well now and in the future.

Office 365 for Enterprise E5 Suite affords businesses the opportunity to collaborate and strategize on-site or on-the-go.  With cross-device capabilities, your team can share files, access email, and conduct online meetings in a secure environment.  No matter the time or place, your business will run smoothly and your team will work together with even greater speed and efficiency.

This secure, reliable office suite offers a variety of features to increase team performance, maintain and cultivate new partnerships, and drive sales productivity.  Office 365 for Enterprise offers data insight tools, social media applications, security controls, and data storage large enough to hold all the information that is crucial to running your business and driving it to the forefront of your industry.

Office 365 for Enterprise also provides solutions for your business that are competitive and compliant.  This office suite meets global compliance standards, such as HIPAA, FISMA, and ISO 27001, and keeps in step with industry-leading best practices in data center design and data loss prevention.


A Detailed Look at Office 365 E5 Suite

Microsoft Office 365 E5 SADA Systems

We drill down into features only available in the Office 365 E5 version, including Power BI, Delve Analytics, and Advanced Threat Protection (ATP).

Terms to Know

Data Analytics: the analysis of large volumes of data and/or high-velocity data, which presents unique computational and data-handling challenges

Cloud Platform: The use of services made available on the internet for storing data and running software programs. Cloud computing replaces many of the traditional functions of the personal computer.

Platform Migration: the process of moving an application program from one environment to another. Examples include migration from an on-premises enterprise server to a cloud provider’s environment or from one cloud environment to another.

Advantages of Cloud Computing – Where is it Heading?


Business and organizations can reap huge benefits by switching over to the cloud. It’s now well documented that migrating to the cloud leads to cost savings and a reduction in IT complexity. In addition, shared responsibility of security, and a new approach to integrating applications and data sources all create an aura of vast improvement. Microsoft Azure, the cloud platform used by 80 percent of the Fortune 500, has become recognized as the go-to solution for organizations starting out, or those migrating to the cloud, because it’s inherently flexible, agile, and user-friendly. Azure’s unique approach to data and application management, security, and how it uses a technology foundation to support business objectives has made it the fastest growing enterprise cloud platform –  it has 31% of the total cloud platform market and is growing fast.

With Microsoft’s 30+ years’ worth of business/technology solutions experience, it’s no surprise that Azure is the front-runner in cloud computing. Both cloud natives and enterprises migrating from legacy environments recognize that Microsoft knows how organizations get work done. That legacy is built in to Azure which makes it uniquely suited to address the needs of the modern enterprise.

Azure offers a host of services and layers on which companies can build, deploy, manage, and innovate to create new business opportunities. While some cloud platforms operate solely as a single, comprehensive unit, Azure is unique because it can be applied in any environment that is services-based, whether it’s hybrid, multi-cloud, or requires extensive customization.

Azure is known for its rapid response IT environment. By being able to delegate the ability to create services, apply them so they can facilitate needs, and store data and assets in context, teams can rely on Azure to help them immediately deliver solutions rather than having to wait in an IT queue for issues to be resolved.

Azure integrates services, tools, and capabilities to create an agile “stack” into which an organization can migrate legacy resources or build an entirely new IT architecture from the ground-up. It provides these tools and functionality to create a comprehensive platform that can serve the needs of organizations of any size and IT structure


Webinar Recap: Hot Topics in Cloud Computing - Microsoft Azure

Cloud Computing

Read about three hot cloud topics that were covered in our recent Microsoft Azure webinar – Hot Topics in Cloud Computing.

4 Reasons Azure is the Cloud Platform for the Modern Enterprise

Azure Cloud

Learn the top 4 reasons Microsoft Azure is the cloud platform for the modern enterprise. Azure Cloud has become leading go-to cloud platform.

Your Guide to Navigating the Cloud: Azure vs AWS

Azure vs. AWS

3-part series investigating Microsoft Azure vs. AWS. Looking closely at different technology and business frameworks of enterprise cloud platforms.

Terms to Know

Infrastructure Services:  a service model that delivers computer infrastructure on an outsourced basis to support enterprise operations. Typically, IaaS provides hardware, storage, servers and data center space or network components; it may also include software.

Common Data Model: a standardized, modular, extensible collection of data schemas published by Microsoft that are designed to make it easier for you to build, use, and analyze data

Data Visualization Tool: the graphical representation of information and data. By using visual elements like charts, graphs, and maps, data visualization is an accessible way to see and understand trends, outliers, and patterns in data

Disaster Recovery as a Service – DRaaS is the replication and hosting of physical or virtual servers by a third party cloud provider that can be failed over in the event of disruption due to man-made or natural catastrophe

Microsoft Teams Collaboration


Collaborative hubs, like Microsoft’s Teams, give businesses a distinct advantage due to their ability to boost productivity, enhance communication, and foster innovation. Teams brings together features from Office 365, Skype for Business, SharePoint into a single hub, so employees don’t need to switch back and forth between multiple user interfaces. The defining features of modern collaboration tools, including mobility and ease of knowledge sharing, result in measurable benefits, such as:

  • Increased Mobility Leads to Substantial Productivity Gains
  • Organizations can Acquire the Best Talent Regardless of Location
  • More Effective Communication Leads to Less Workplace Failure
  • Enhanced Collaboration Leads to More Efficient Relationships with Partners, Suppliers and First-Line Workers


Intelligent Communication that Transforms Teamwork

Intelligent Communications

Improve efficiency, collaboration, and communication with Microsoft Intelligent Communications. Drive lasting organizational change with SADA Systems!

Terms to Know

IoT:  short for Internet of Things; refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems.

Software Environment: the term commonly used to refer to support an application; could include the operating system, the database system, specific development tools or compiler.

P-Sellers: sellers part of The Partner Seller program created by Microsoft made to deliver enhanced value to partners and better enable co-sell

Real Time Insights: a term used to refer to analytics that are able to be accessed as they come into a system

The Evolving Workplace


When it comes to modernizing the workplace, there is no alternative to Microsoft 365. By bridging together Windows, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EM+S), Microsoft 365 brings your company the most advanced productivity tools available today, ensuring your teams have the most efficient way of communicating, regardless of location. Using familiar Office 365 tools such as Outlook, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, documents are kept up to date and accessible from anywhere at all times. Microsoft 365 also brings the best parts of Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS), giving IT departments the tools to Identify threats and protect individual and corporate data in the ever evolving world of cyber threats.


Get Value Through Desktop Modernization


Modernize your organization with Microsoft 365, offering the latest release of Windows 10, Office 365, and the best of EMS to keep everything protected.

The 10 Benefits of Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)

Is your business considering using Enterprise Mobility Suites? From protecting your data to empowering your employees, discover the top 10 benefits of EMS.

Terms to Know

MDM: Mobile Device Management; a software that allows IT administrators to control, secure and enforce policies on smartphones, tablets and other endpoint. The intent of MDM is to optimize the functionality and security of mobile devices within the enterprise while simultaneously protecting the corporate network.

PaaS: Platform as a Service; a category of cloud computing that provides a platform and environment to allow developers to build applications and services over the internet. PaaS services are hosted in the cloud and accessed by users simply via their web browser.

CMaaS: Cloud Management as a Service; helps customers integrate the disparate management tools deployed in their environments through an enterprise command center approach that gives a singular view into physical, virtual, and public cloud workloads

Be a SADA Success Story

We are honored to be among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. We’ve migrated over 25 million users to the cloud from legacy systems to leading cloud productivity suites and collaboration tools, and we’ve received numerous awards for the transformative work delivered by our certified team of Microsoft Partner Professionals (P-Sellers). As a premier Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) holding multiple Gold competencies, we successfully deliver on all Microsoft cloud solutions, and we’re here to help you digitally transform your organization.

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