Microsoft Services approaches cloud computing as a way to help enterprise customers take a key step toward better business agility, economics, and user experiences. For many modern CIOs and technology leaders, enterprise cloud deployment presents an opportunity to redefine the role IT plays in implementing a business’s strategy. Because of its power to fundamentally change how businesses operate and compete, the cloud is a game changer for the enterprise.
Telstra, a leading telecommunications company in Australia, wanted to create a new cloud-based offering for its customers. With the help of Microsoft’s Enterprise Strategy and Deployment services, Telstra was able to complete the first phase to market in just three months and accelerate the delivery of the full enterprise cloud deployment solution by nine months.Read the full customer story
"Microsoft is an important partner of ours. They have a history of innovation in the field, and as issues arose during the project, Microsoft was always there to drive it forward."
Take a full IT Lifecycle approach to evaluating what cloud technology can offer your organization. Design, implement, and support the best cloud deployment solutions for your business.
For years, business and technology leaders have been primarily focused on keeping pace by integrating technologies, and deploying them on time and on budget. Now, organizations are increasingly looking to transform by delivering innovative technology that creates value, makes money and differentiates the organization in the marketplace.
With the broad acceptance of technical innovations such as cloud deployment services, mobility, big data, and social media, businesses have the opportunity to improve performance, accelerate time to market, and better deliver on customer needs—if the company’s enterprise architecture and technologies enable that.Learn more about Enterprise Strategy
With our cloud deployment solutions and other services, companies can gain the most value from current investments, implement new capabilities, and build their own cloud-based applications.
Today's business runs on IT. Every department needs technology to stay productive to help your business compete. As mobility and data continue to expand, a new wave of demands for applications and resources presses on your hierarchical IT infrastructure.
As a company's data center is the hub for storage, networking capability, and the computing capacity necessary to run a business productively, companies need a data center that is not limited by the restrictions of the past. Furthermore, business executives need the ability to take everything they know and own today and transform those resources into a data center that is capable of handling changing needs and unexpected opportunities.Learn more about Datacenter Services
Make mobility happen for your employees and customers while maintaining enterprise-grade security, productivity, and enabling both a personalized user experience as well as mobile line-of-business (LOB) apps by leveraging the strategy, deployment and support expertise of Microsoft Services.
Microsoft Services brings end-to-end, leading-edge enterprise mobility solutions that allow enterprise organizations to be more connected, be more informed, and be more productiveon users’ devices of choice.Learn more about Enterprise Mobility Solutions
Organizations have a tremendous opportunity to make information more easily accessible to customers, employees, or others they choose, along with the ability to provide that data on any device, at any time, through modern applications connected to cloud deployment services. Microsoft Services can help companies develop modern applications and modernize legacy applications to capitalize on IT paradigms, including cloud, social, mobility, and big data.Learn more about Modern Applications
Protecting business and IT assets is more critical for enterprise organizations than ever. Cloud computing, mobility, social networking, and growing volumes of information are driving constant change in the IT landscape and the way we all do business. Microsoft Services can help large organizations protect their business against increasingly sophisticated threats.Learn more about Security and Identity
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Enterprise companies should ask themselves how their teams communicate, and what is it costing them. If millennials rely on social and texting, gen-Xers are e-mailing, and baby boomers like face to face, how does a company get them on the same proverbial page and keep data secure and costs down? Microsoft Services can help these organizations to evaluate their business and pick the right solutions that will reduce complexity and cost in how their people and IT systems work. The time their people will save using Microsoft tools such as Yammer, Office 365, and SharePoint provides significant value to the business and is compounded by lower IT deployment and maintenance costs.Learn more about Business Productivity
To attract new customers and retain the ones it has, a company needs ways to boost sales and customer satisfaction. Microsoft Services Dynamics Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and CRM Online solutions help enterprise-level organizations to automate the business processes that deliver world-class customer care experiences and improve sales and marketing impact. A company can build business capabilities such as loyalty management, customer care, and social media integration through systems that are easy to use and provide business insights that can bring a competitive edge.Learn more about Dynamics CRM and CRM Online
The five basic elements of cloud computing and how Microsoft Services can help you build secure, cloud-optimized applications for your business.Learn more in this Microsoft Azure Journey to the Cloud presentation
In the last few years, cloud computing has evolved from a buzzword to a critical infrastructure component of many enterprise and consumer services. The cloud provides virtually limitless compute, storage, and network resources at low cost, allowing services to scale on demand.
The cloud absolves organizations from managing IT infrastructure, and allows them to focus on their core competencies. However, the benefits of cloud computing do not come for free.