Cloud Environment

I have a customer who is looking to move into Cloud for a company of 5K-10K. They mentioned Google. What would be a good solution for them? I am familiar with Amazon AWS.  I have an initial meeting and this will be a huge project but I am sure there will be a lot of questions.
LateNaiteCEO and FounderAsked:
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
I suggest you look at Office 365 as it provides Office, Lync, SharePoint, etc. and still maintain functionality with applications such as Excel, etc.

Google is fine for smaller environment where Excel add-ins are not required.

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LateNaiteCEO and FounderAuthor Commented:
Ok, that is for application.  In terms of hosting server, is AWS or Microsoft Azure better?  And should I go directly with Microsoft for Office 365 or through a 3rd party company (ie GoDaddy)?
Alan HendersonRetired marine engineerCommented:
Microsoft Office is a no-brainer. Microsoft provide huge cloud storage at a bargain price.

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Stuart ScottAWS Content Lead at Cloud AcademyCommented:
Hi LateNaite,

What are they looking to move to the Cloud? Their entire infrastructure? Just a few services? Just their apps? Purely for DR? Do you have any more info of what they are trying to acheive? With this information people may be able to provide a better solution over others if we knew the aim of the move.


LateNaiteCEO and FounderAuthor Commented:
Ok- looks like they already have a cloud service - Google and wanted a way to secure the environment.
LateNaiteCEO and FounderAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for LateNaite's comment #a41131666

for the following reason:

Customer is already using Google Cloud.
Alan HendersonRetired marine engineerCommented:
What has this reason got to do with not awarding points for a relevant answer? Why was Stuart's question not answered? More relevant info may have resulted.
LateNaiteCEO and FounderAuthor Commented:
There are many options for this.
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