Peak 10 uses SQL as a Service to Lower the Total Cost of Ownership for Customers
Peak 10 uses Microsoft SQL Server as a simplistic consumption model of high availability database to allow their customers to run a variety of applications using the database on the back end. These business applications can range from product catalogs, customer relations management systems (CRMs), supply chain management systems, and forward facing web applications. Learn more on how Peak 10 uses these tools to help their customers lower their total cost of ownership and investments.
Rackspace Uses System Center to Deliver Highest Level of Support for Enterprise Customers
Microsoft management tools allow Rackspace to uphold its industry-leading SLAs due to proactive monitoring capabilities of System Center for over 10,000 customer devices. The new features enable Rackspace support engineers to get a single pane of glass view of exactly what is going on inside their customers' environments from Operating System, to application, to database backend.
Swiss Telecom Firm Reduces Costs and Builds Confidence with Lync
As the largest telecommunications provider in Switzerland, Swisscom deployed Microsoft Lync to its entire 15,000 users for enhanced collaboration and voice capabilities. As a result, Swisscom is responding to RFP 20% faster, decommissioned all 94 PBX's, and experienced a total of $17M in cost savings across telephony ops, avoidance of PBX upgrade and travel expenses.
Savvis Extends SQL Server to the Cloud
Savvis, a CenturyLink Company, is a global leader in cloud infrastructure and managed services. Symphony Database, built on SQL Server 2008 R2, is a cloud-based database service from Savvis that allows customers to provision their database in a fast, reliable and secure manner.
Verizon Uses System Center to Provide Support for Microsoft Lync
With the integration of System Center as part of Verizon’s management platform they are able to deliver a single pane of glass management environment for a line of business applications and other non-Microsoft applications either on customer premise or within the Verizon cloud environment.
ExtendASP Creates Partner Momentum with Microsoft Cloud OS
ExtendASP demonstrates with integration into the orchestration manager they are able to offer hosting service providers simplified time to market including single sign on and integration with third party applications. The ExtendASP control panel makes it easy for hosting service providers to take advantage of the Cloud OS capabilities right now.
Changing the Game
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The Microsoft Partnership
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