Since Microsoft Ignite took place in October, many new Microsoft Teams features were announced and would be rolling out now or in the near future. Microsoft is looking to make the Teams app their premier messaging, workflow and collaboration app for companies around...
Customer needs have always fueled the Microsoft Partner Network. Created to provide clarity to clients when searching for their next Microsoft Partner. With March’s announcement of a change in the competencies finally coming into force on September 30th, it’s...
Secure cheaper Microsoft licences ahead of NCE From 15 March, Microsoft licences will be subject to pricing increases leading to higher costs for end customers. Our clients have already saved £4,500 annually by partnering with us. Get in touch with us today to save on...
Big changes are on the horizon. Since last year’s announcement that Microsoft 365 licence prices will be more expensive from March 2022, we’ve had plenty of time to reflect on their decision. Here are a few reasons why the price increase makes sense. There’s been...
Worried about the impact of Microsoft’s New Commerce Experience (NCE) on your Microsoft Licence procurement? Don’t worry, we’ve got everything you need to know about NCE in one quick overview. What’s changing? In August last year, the Microsoft...
Anyone looking for Microsoft licences will likely have come across the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) model. But if you’re wondering, “What is Microsoft CSP?” then never fear — you’ll know by the end of this article. So without further ado,...
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