With the modern business environments making a paradigm shift, trying to unite their worldwide or nation-wide business centres and hundreds of databases, so is growing the need for shifting their IT infrastructure from traditional to the updated ones. Naturally, owing to this growing need, thousands of companies across the world have embraced Microsoft solutions. They are opting for secure migration from legacy tools to Office 365, which enables enhanced collaboration of different cloud services, including Skype and SharePoint. Microsoft Azure is fostering the growth of these organisations by helping them in building, deploying, and managing their application. In fact, due to cost-effectiveness, coupled with robust features, the installation of SQL Servers have also boosted over the past few years to become the database management system of choice for a large number of companies. Moreover, for infrastructure monitoring, configuration management, and user support, enterprises are now more dependent on solution powered by Microsoft System centre.
Besides, at a time when enterprises are increasingly bending towards software-defined storage (SDS) solutions, such that the SDS market is expected to increase to significantly by 2021, Microsoft’s SDS provides organisations with enhanced and budget-friendly data storage. Microsoft’s SDS solution comes with best-in-class flexibility, along with security, scalability, performance, reliability, and resiliency. However, several IT solution and services providers deem Microsoft’s SDS to be very expensive for certain enterprises. As a result, these solutions providers have collaborated their solutions with Microsoft to deliver the latter’s services at a more affordable cost.
Evidently, these Microsoft solution providers and Dynamics Partners are playing a significant role by becoming the channels to deliver some of the world-class IT solutions and establish superior business environments across the globe. Whether it’s SDS or Microsoft’s robust customer relationship management (CRM) platform Microsoft Dynamics, these solution providers are facilitating Microsoft to mark its presence in more business environments. In fact, Microsoft is also considering getting into more partnerships and building stronger links with its existing partners in the forthcoming days.
With several innovative technological capabilities up their sleeves, both Microsoft solution providers and its dynamics partners are changing the IT landscape across industries. We hope this issue of CIO Applications Europe helps you to build the partnership you and your enterprise requires to keep up with the current market trends and the most advanced solutions introduced by Microsoft.
We present to you CIO Applications Europe’s “Top 10 Microsoft Solution Providers & Dynamics Partners - 2020.”