Yesterday, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Cloud for Government and the general availability of Microsoft Azure Government. Now, you can share this broad-scale cloud vision with your government customers through a new campaign. Inspire them to use today’s advanced cloud solution that accelerates their cloud migration plans, and achieves cost savings and the most rigid compliance mandates.
The Cloud for Government campaign complements the widely-adopted Microsoft CityNext campaign and extends to include Microsoft online properties, webinars, press activities, road tours reaching government leaders, Microsoft field-delivered outreach, and digital touches—all promoting partner solutions. This is a perfect time to update your Microsoft Pinpoint profile to reflect your involvement in this campaign.
Ride the wave of this campaign as you help government agencies—Federal, State, and Local—migrate to the cloud. Microsoft Azure Government joins Microsoft Office 365 Government, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online for Government will be generally available in January. Together, they offer government customers a leading-edge cloud computing solution.
How to align with Microsoft Cloud for Government
Partners participating in this campaign may either be connected with partners who are already part of the initiative, or can prepare their own businesses to offer as credentialed as Managed Services Providers.
Begin to showcase your support for the Microsoft Cloud for Government with resources available in our US Public Sector Partner group on Yammer: web banners, customer-ready emails, and a government customer-ready presentation.
For more information, watch the Microsoft Azure Government cloud training webcast on demand, where you’ll learn about the partner opportunity around Azure Government and steps to get ready to provide it to your customers. As more partner training for the Microsoft Cloud for Government becomes available, we’ll publish it to the Hot Sheet schedule and announce it on the US Public Sector Partner Yammer group.
You can also learn about each of the three online services that comprise Microsoft Cloud for Government, at the links below: