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…

Microsoft Incentives – Gaining Eligibility (Microsoft Accreditations) and Enrolling

The Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme is a business model that allows partners to resell or bundle their own services in addition to Microsoft Cloud Services as a complete solution and gives customers complete payment flexibility with pay-as-you-go billing. Find out more here…

Transitioning from Skype For Business to Microsoft Teams

By bringing Skype for Business into Teams, there’s now a single hub for teamwork with integrated voice and video and communications that combines messaging, meeting and calling with intelligence – but what does this actually mean in practice? Find out more here…

SkyKick Cloud Backup for Office 365 now available from Giacom

SkyKick Cloud Backup for Office 365 is now available to purchase in the Giacom Cloud Market. As a market-leading SaaS solution, it features unlimited backup and retention, powerful search indexing and one-click restore that enables administrators to retrieve data in seconds.

Reseller Guide: Why SMBs should embrace Cloud Computing

If you work in IT, chances are you’ve came across businesses that aren’t ready to move to the cloud or are still sceptical of how it can benefit them. So, how can you persuade your customers to start thinking cloud?

Dynamics 365 Business Central is an Improved ERP Solution Designed for SMBs, Exclusive to CSPs

Microsoft recognised that not all companies would be comfortable selecting an Enterprise option, particularly those that didn’t need access to sophisticated, enterprise-grade tools in Dynamics 365. Business Central is the new Dynamics 365 offer specifically designed for SMBs.

Why sell Microsoft services through an Indirect CSP?

Becoming a CSP Partner lets you offer products directly to customers, but it depends how much you want to spend, both in terms of energy and financially, on setup. Discover the differences between indirect and direct here…

The Best Ways to Sell Azure to your Customers

If the cloud is all about flexibility, then Azure is probably exactly what customers have in mind. It’s used to build, deploy and manage applications through a global network of data centres. Customers can use any tool, application or framework they like.