Introducing Microsoft Teams + Business Voice… the perfect upsell from Skype for Business

Microsoft Teams is ready for your most demanding customers. It’s not just an upgrade from Skype for Business – it’s a complete solution for effective collaboration and communication. Find out why Teams + Business Voice is a great fit for SMBs…

Why Dynamics 365 for Sales Professional is perfect for your customers

Dynamics 365 is the perfect tool for Office 365 Business and Enterprise users who want to streamline their customer journeys. But the transition to using a more sophisticated CRM isn’t always easy – especially for smaller businesses. So how can you go about moving your customers?

How Artificial Intelligence (AI) within Dynamics 365 is helping businesses make smarter decisions

When it comes to AI applications, Microsoft is empowering companies to drive new concepts, data and analytics into their services, helping them make smarter business decisions in the long-run. So how can your customers use Dynamics 365 and AI to benefit their business?

Prepare for Windows Server & SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 End of Support

With technology rapidly evolving, it’s important to us that we help our customers stay up to date, support them in getting ready for the future and help them take advantage of today’s technologies. That’s why we’ve created this blog post to inform you that extended support is coming to an end for the upcoming releases. Find out more here…

Understanding Dynamics 365: Enterprise Edition

The Enterprise SKUs are a great place to start if your customers are looking at streamlining specific areas of their business. It means your customers can mix and match between the different applications depending on their individual needs, saving on costs and boosting efficiency.

Moving from a Microsoft Direct partnership to an Indirect Partnership

Announced back in October, Microsoft has introduced two new requirements that direct Cloud Solution Partners must meet before their next enrolment period after August this year. Find out more here…

Understanding Azure: Creating Virtual Machines

A Virtual Machine (VM) behaves exactly like a real computer and includes its own CPUs, memory, hard drives and network interfaces. Utilising VMs is one of the best ways to secure your customers’ business-critical workloads.