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Watch Live: The Microsoft Cloud & Hosting Summit
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be part of the Microsoft Cloud & Hosting Summit. You may now register to watch this industry-leading event thanks to live streaming on The Cloud Channel Network. Hear first-hand about Microsoft’s data platform strategy. Get insider information on Office 365. See Microsoft artificial intelligence in action. And learn about Microsoft’s service provider strategy for cloud and Azure.
Join us for the keynote presentations on Wednesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 23.
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New infrastructure & platform resources
We’ve recently launched a wealth of new resources for service providers, including datasheets, training guides, presentations, links to key resources, and more. Discover what’s new for:
CSP Cloud Power Up offers
Available now through June 30, the CSP Cloud Power Up suite of incentives for Resellers (Direct & Resellers) and Indirect Providers are designed to help you boost profitability, increase customer adoption of cloud services, sell more premium SKUs, and cross sell new cloud services.
Direct & Reseller service providers can earn up to $50,000 USD and Indirect service providers up to $500,000 USD for eligible sales of Microsoft Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Dynamics 365, and Azure. This offer is eligible for CSP licenses only.
Featured resource: Partner Seller Readiness Handbook
This comprehensive presentation includes links to everything a representative in your organization needs to effectively sell Microsoft cloud services. Download the Hosting and Managed Services Partner Seller Readiness Handbook for sales and technical training resources and links to key product information. This document is updated regularly.
US Medical IT automates medical record compliance, serviced by MyCloudIT
Delivering remote desktops and remote applications in Azure allows businesses to reduce IT cost and complexity. However, such solutions require extensive knowledge of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and Azure architecture. You can close this gap by educating internal resources and manually building out scripts and solutions, or you can leverage the growing ecosystem of Microsoft partners to expedite the cloud migration and management process. See how MyCloudIT helped US Medical IT automate the delivery of a HIPPA-compliant RDS solution in Azure, and a gained a profitable monthly recurring revenue (MRR) managed cloud desktop customer.
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Caase discusses next generation RDS
When you want to provide a hosted desktop to your employees, consider whether you want to build your Remote Desktop Services (RDS) solution completely on-premises. By using the flexibility and scalability of Azure, you get a more flexible and cost-effective solution. Maybe even better, your hosted desktop users can access their important applications and data from any device, at any time.
Read Caase’s recent blog post “Today’s benefits of Cloud Desktop Virtualization.”