Understanding Azure: A Quick Look at the Azure Marketplace

The Azure Marketplace is a huge catalogue of software applications for IT professionals and developers to easily discover and provision services from within the Azure platform. Find out more here…

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 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.

Azure is Perfect for SMBs – Here’s Why…

The breadth and depth of Azure is truly unrivalled. We believe its capabilities make it the best public cloud offering on the market, but why should SMBs be taking advantage of Azure in 2018?

Understanding Azure: Backup and Disaster Recovery

Azure Backup is a simple solution that can decrease your infrastructure costs while giving you enhanced security to protect your data against ransomware. Find out more here…

4 Ways to Pitch Azure to your SMB Customers

How can you pitch Azure to get adoption amongst your customers and make the public cloud a viable, repeatable and scalable revenue stream for your business?

Understanding Azure: Privileged Identity Management and Identity Protection

Businesses are under pressure to protect and manage the identities of their people, alongside the identities of their customer database. But using Privileged Identity Management and Identity Protection can help.

Understanding Azure: Identity Management in the Cloud with Multi-Factor Authentication

At its most basic, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a way to authenticate users with more than one method of verification. It’s essentially Microsoft’s way of taking two steps to verify the user is who they say they are.

Understanding Azure: Identity Management in the Cloud using Single Sign-On

If your customers are fed up of trying to remember each and every password for the business apps they use on a day-to-day basis, single sign-on (SSO) is a feature that can help…

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.