We’ve put together this simple guide for building an Azure offering, without having to deal with the usual hurdles of pricing and technical complexity.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
Find out how you can take advantage of this booming market.
Why Staying On-premises is a Bad Idea
Does your client have an IT expert on staff who can start a backup process if his server crashed? Who does he turn to for installation and maintenance issues? If your client moves his workload to the cloud, he won’t have to worry about on-site hardware or capital expenses. All the software renewals and updates will be handled by the provider.
The Advantages of Working with Azure
A lot of your clients already use Microsoft applications like Office 365, Exchange and Outlook. This means they won’t need much convincing to try a cloud platform like Azure. Microsoft has also created a hybrid cloud so your client can use their on-site servers to run their applications on Azure.
How to Get Expert Help
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