Corporate Identities - that is, usernames and passwords - continue to be one of the main points of attack against businesses. For a reason! Many points of authentication are internet-facing humans who generally do a poor job of choosing passwords and can be easily manipulated into giving out their credentials.
Ninety percent of Fortune 500 businesses run on the Microsoft Cloud. Yet research shows that business and IT professionals are still leery of moving their infrastructure to Public Cloud. “There’s never been a more versatile, secure, and highly visible Cloud option on the market,” said Cloud Solutions Engineer Jordan Helton. “Unfortunately, the journey to Public Cloud has been difficult for some because they didn’t have the right partner helping them through the process. And others are intimidated by Public Cloud giants like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.”
Is your IT infrastructure at a crossroads? With more scalability, control, and lower costs topping your list of priorities, you know the best solution is likely in the cloud - but which one? The roadmap you've been given to navigate the many cloud options isn't clear or seems risky.
If you interact with technology service providers, you have undoubtedly heard the term Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) several times. What you may not know is that there are different types of Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers in the market. In addition to a Microsoft Partner being a CSP, they may also have achieved certain partner statuses indicating the technology stacks in which they are experienced and successful. Let’s look at both concepts and what they mean for a company seeking the services of a Microsoft Partner.
Jordan Helton, a C Spire Azure Solution Engineer, empowers people and businesses to accomplish their goals through the use of intelligent cloud solutions that reduce spend, increase productivity, and harden security.
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