Not surprisingly, operating expenditure is an important topic for organizations of all shapes and sizes. However, there is always something about the month November that rings particularly true to cost.
Personally, I think this has a lot to do with being the last business quarter of the year. Budgets are in planning for the following year, projects are coming to a close, and let’s be honest, it’s not likely that all come in on time and on budget.
But, for those organizations who utilize Microsoft 365, I have some good news!
Rencore has put together a money-saving strategy to reduce your Microsoft 365 costs with the help of some crafty cloud collaboration governance techniques.
Therefore, we proudly present you #GOVember! One month packed full of governance best practices, tips, and tricks that will help you optimize your organization’s Microsoft 365 costs.
What should you expect?
For the next 30 days, we will share our daily top tips for saving money in and with Microsoft 365.
We will help you uncover your organization’s cost savings potential by looking at:
- Microsoft 365 user licenses
- Power Platform premium licenses
- SharePoint and OneDrive storage
- Azure consumption
- and much more
What is more, we will also show you strategies to easily implement cost-saving into your daily work.
How to keep up to date?
Follow our hashtag #GOVember and follow @rencore on Twitter for your daily dose of cost-saving tips, subscribe to our newsletter for all the best content around saving cost in Microsoft 365, be on the lookout for our cost-saving checklist, and register for our upcoming webinar that helps uncover hidden cost-saving potentials in your organization’s Microsoft 365.