Trust is everything when it comes to working with partners, particularly for small and medium businesses. Nowhere is this more true than with transformational technology like the cloud, and this is where we come in, in partnership with Microsoft.
The switch to cloud solutions can be daunting, especially when you’re faced with the challenge of doing it all by yourself. Swapping your business’s established ways for new software can seem easier with the advice of an expert and perhaps a demonstration or two along the way.
At Cobweb, we’ve always been motivated by the boundless possibilities of cloud computing, which is why we’re particularly proud to be a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider partner. We help businesses achieve their goals by automating the provisioning and management of bundled cloud solutions featuring Microsoft Office 365.
Many of our customers rely on us to remove the restrictions of on-premise IT, providing them with cloud communication tools and services that enable them to simply work the way they want to. Working closely with Microsoft enables us to provide our customers with the most up-to-date and agile solutions out there. Small and mid-sized businesses have relied on us for hosted Microsoft Exchange solutions since 2001, and we’ve grown over time to include services such as advanced email encryption and a sovereign messaging service that adheres to UK archival, antivirus, and anti-spam requirements. In short, our partnership means we can pretty much do it all for SMBs.
“We deliver fully integrated solutions, with the Microsoft CSP programme it enables us to significantly grow and deepen relationships with prospects and clients” says Director of Business Transformation, Ash Patel. “Microsoft is integrating more cloud offerings into the CSP programme, such as Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. We can use that portfolio together with our service offerings to drive revenue and improve customer relationships.”
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