Free adoption rate report

90% of Office 365 clients use it only for email


When asked what Office 365 means to them, the majority of existing users responded with email and the latest version of Microsoft Office.

Most were not aware of the additional tools available in Office 365, and more importantly, the powerful benefits they can offer.

Modern collaboration tools including OneDrive, SharePoint, Yammer, Skype for Business, Groups and Planner enable businesses to digitally transform how they work, minimising dependance on email.


Businesses that digitally transform improve their ability to scale, grow faster and increase profits.

So, why don’t most companies
utilise these tools?

With so many tools at their disposal, it’s surprising to find that most Office 365 users don’t take advantage of them. We’ve identified the top 3 reasons businesses don’t adopt these tools;

Lack of awareness


Company culture

Cloud Complete was designed with these challenges in mind. We’ve built it from the ground up to make digital transformation for small businesses a smooth transition.

How does Cloud Complete help you?

One-on-one training

Free monthly webinars to demonstrate specific features

24*7 support

Using Office 365 effectively?




  • Office 365(Web apps only)
  • Cloud Signatures
  • Cloud Antivirus
  • Support



  • Office 365 (ProPlus) 
  • Cloud Signatures
  • Cloud Antivirus
  • Support
  • Backup
  • Training
  • Advanced Security



  • Office 365 (Business Premium) 
  • Cloud Signatures
  • Cloud Antivirus
  • Support
  • Backup
  • Training

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How can
Cloud Complete help you?

We give you the best of the cloud


Is your business
well protected?

100% of businesses surveyed said that protection from online threats was highly important to them. Yet, 24% of business PC’s do not have adequate protection from online threats leaving them, on average, 5.5 times more likely to be infected with malware. Worryingly, many of those 24% believed they had adequate protection in place.


There are not enough
hours in the day

Employees are used to remarking that they don’t have enough hours in the day to complete their tasks and they would love an extra hour. But on an average, an employee spends more than 3 hours a day working on emails, not exactly by choice as the primary mode of communication is by emails. In the long run, this constant need to catch up on pending work affects their morale.


Is technology
breaking the bank?

Traditionally, investing in the latest technology meant large upfront costs and unpredictable on-going support and maintenance fees. This, coupled with the fact that tec


Great, affordable support
is hard to find.

90% of business owners surveyed indicate they would only call support after attempting to troubleshoot and solve problems themselves due to high cost, lack of good help and unavailability outside of regular business hours. Instead, they learn to live with the problem or invest an inordinate amount of time attempting to solve the problem themselves. Time which is better spent doing what they do best.