by Angela Guess
A recent press release states, “Dimension Data, the $7.5 billion global ICT services and solutions provider, today announced the availability of its Managed Cloud Services for Microsoft. The new offering provides organizations with a cloud-based managed service for Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Skype for Business, and Office 365, whether deployed in the public cloud, on premises, in a private cloud or as a hybrid model. Combined with its planning and deployment services, Dimension Data is now able to provide its clients with a complete end-to-end managed service, with the added benefits of meeting client-specific security and compliance. Based on statistics presented during Microsoft’s 2016 Q3 earnings call, there were over 70 million commercial Microsoft Office 365 monthly active users. In addition, Microsoft Office 365 is one of the fastest growing areas of technology in the enterprise sector today.”
The release continues, “According to Tony Walt, group executive of Dimension Data’s end-user computing business, for these productivity solutions to be effective in an enterprise environment, they need to be managed and supported. However, managing the administrative complexity, while at the same time extracting the full value from each of the applications, is a challenge for CIOs and enterprises today. ‘With the feature-rich cloud productivity suite of applications increasingly becoming the foundation for organizations transitioning to a digital business, Dimension Data’s Managed Cloud Services for Microsoft and the software-as-a-service Cloud Control management platform is a game changer. It is revolutionizing the automation and management of enterprise Microsoft messaging and collaboration. Managed Cloud Services for Microsoft provides the services and technology you need to plan, deploy and manage your Microsoft messaging and collaboration suite, ensuring that the complexity inherent in an integrated environment is seamlessly addressed, while also guaranteeing you have the flexibility to grow and adapt to the migration to cloud,’ says Walt.”
Read more at PR Newswire.
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